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Myoclonic astatic epilepsy

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myoclonic astatic epilepsy

A petit mal variant characterised by atonic (drop attacks) and tonic or tonic-clonic attacks in neurologically disabled (hemiplegic, ataxic, etc.) children with mental retardation; characterised in eEG by 2/sec spike and wave discharges; usually progresses in spite of medication.