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Complex partial status epilepticus

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  1. one of the non-convulsive forms of status epilepticus, a rare form of epilepsy defined by its recurrent nature

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  2. characterized by seizures involving long-lasting stupor, staring and unresponsiveness

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  3. Treatment is in the form of anti-epileptic drugs, such as barbiturates, benzodiazepines and topiramate

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  4. Sometimes this is accompanied by motor automatisms, such as eye twitching

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  5. As is the case with other non-convulsive status epilepticus forms, CPSE is dangerously underdiagnosed

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