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Kojewnikow's syndrome

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Disease classification WHO
Kojewnikow's syndrome G41.0

In ILAE 1989 classification syndrome of Kojewnikow[1] was defined as a specific form of partial somatomotor seizure disorder involving the Rolandic area of motor cortex.[2][3] Aleksei Yakovlevich Kozhevnikov (Алексе́й Я́ковлевич Коже́вников) in 1894 gave a superb description of epilepsia partialis continua [4] [5]


Difficulties in diagnosing absence seizures in adults

Homozygous TBC1D24 Mutation in a Case of Epilepsia Partialis Continua

Hashimoto's encephalopathy - presenting with epilepsia partialis continua and a frontal lobe lesion

Epilepsia partialis continua induces transient brain edema


Efficacy of perampanel in a patient with epilepsia partialis continua


  1. Dicctionary of medical eponyms
  2. Encyclopedia of the Neurological Sciences
  3. in German literature the spelling Kozhevnikow is preferred Neurologische Intensivmedizin: Praxisleitfaden für neurologische
  4. Epilepsia partialis continua of Kozhevnikov
  5. Kozhevnikov epilepsy: The disease and its eponym epilepsia