MCID: STR070
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Startle Epilepsy

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Aliases & Classifications for Startle Epilepsy

MalaCards integrated aliases for Startle Epilepsy:

Name: Startle Epilepsy 58

Classifications:

Orphanet: 58  
Rare neurological diseases


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ICD10 via Orphanet 32 G40.5
Orphanet 58 ORPHA166427

Summaries for Startle Epilepsy

Orphanet: 58 Startle epilepsy is a rare neurologic disease characterized by frequent and spontaneous epileptic seizures (frequently with symmetrical or asymmetrical tonic features) triggered by a normal startle in response to a sudden and unexpected somatosensory (most frequently auditory) stimulus. Falls are common and can be traumatic. In most cases, the disease is associated with spastic hemi-, di-, or tetraplegia and intellectual disability.

MalaCards based summary: Startle Epilepsy is related to reflex epilepsy and audiogenic seizures. Affiliated tissues include cortex and brain.

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Publications for Startle Epilepsy

Articles related to Startle Epilepsy:

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# Title Authors PMID Year
1
Intractable startle epilepsy in Schuurs - Hoeijmakers syndrome. 62
35770753 2022
2
Startle Epilepsy Triggered By Maternal Cough. 62
34192791 2021
3
Reflex Epilepsy. 62
34221545 2021
4
Reduced chain length in myelin sphingolipids and poorer motor coordination in mice deficient in the fatty acid elongase Elovl1. 62
32123819 2019
5
Postherpetic Anti-N-methyl-D-aspartate Receptor Encephalitis after Hemispherotomy in a Patient with Intractable Startle Epilepsy. 62
28938499 2018
6
Electroclinical and cytogenetic features of epilepsy in cri-du-chat syndrome. 62
26576006 2015
7
A case of startle epilepsy associated with IL1RAPL1 gene deletion. 62
24950661 2014
8
The pivotal role of the supplementary motor area in startle epilepsy as demonstrated by SEEG epileptogenicity maps. 62
24902865 2014
9
Noninvasive treatment alternative for intractable startle epilepsy. 62
25667869 2014
10
Corpus callosotomy in a patient with startle epilepsy. 62
23531553 2013
11
Seizure-free after surgery in a patient with non-lesional startle epilepsy: a case report. 62
23141145 2012
12
Surgical treatment in startle epilepsy. 62
22824695 2012
13
Hemispherectomy in pediatric patients with epilepsy: a study of 45 cases with special emphasis on epileptic syndromes. 62
21947090 2011
14
Adult onset startle epilepsy. 62
22675038 2011
15
Functional neuroimaging in startle epilepsy: involvement of a mesial frontoparietal network. 62
21770921 2011
16
Startle syndromes. 62
21496599 2011
17
Clinical and electrophysiological characteristics of startle epilepsy in childhood. 62
20071222 2010
18
A hemispherotomy for intractable startle epilepsy characterized by infantile hemiplegia and drop attacks. 62
19766495 2009
19
A clinical and magnetoencephalography study of MRI-negative startle epilepsy. 62
19635686 2009
20
Startle epilepsy associated with gait-induced seizures: Pathomechanism analysis using EEG, MEG, and PET studies. 62
19400869 2009
21
Startle epilepsy associated with infantile hemiplegia (SEIH): video-polygraphic features and long-term outcome. 62
19809941 2009
22
The efficacy and tolerability of Levetiracetam as an add-on therapy in patients with startle epilepsy. 62
18486495 2008
23
Startle and its disorders. 62
17336782 2006
24
Proven startle-provoked epileptic seizures in childhood: semiologic and electrophysiologic variability. 62
16822252 2006
25
The movement disorders of Coffin-Lowry syndrome. 62
15668049 2005
26
Intractable reflex audiogenic epilepsy successfully treated by peri-insular hemispherotomy. 62
15324827 2004
27
Startle epilepsy complicating aspartylglucosaminuria. 62
15036433 2004
28
[Hemiparetic cerebral palsy and startle epilepsy]. 62
14752709 2004
29
Reflex myoclonic epilepsy in infancy: a benign age-dependent idiopathic startle epilepsy. 62
12875957 2003
30
[The association between post anoxic encephalopathy and startle epilepsy]. 62
12080514 2002
31
Startle response: epileptic or non-epileptic? The case for "flash" SMA reflex seizures. 62
11313216 2001
32
Postoperative seizure outcome after corpus callosotomy in reflex epilepsy. 62
10746422 2000
33
A case of startle epilepsy and SSMA seizures documented with subdural recordings. 62
10403230 1999
34
Epidemiology of epilepsy in childhood: a cohort of 440 consecutive patients. 62
9492091 1998
35
Startle epilepsy with infantile hemiplegia: report of two cases improved by surgery. 62
9578019 1998
36
Reflex partial seizures of sensorimotor cortex (including cortical reflex myoclonus and startle epilepsy). 62
9385423 1998
37
Vomiting attack with ACTH and ADH discharge improves startle epilepsy. 62
8805177 1996
38
Startle epilepsy presenting as drop attacks: a case report. 62
8548670 1995
39
From the jumping Frenchmen of Maine to post-traumatic stress disorder: the startle response in neuropsychiatry. 62
1410093 1992
40
Startle epilepsy--a case report. 62
1743747 1991
41
[The startle response and epilepsy]. 62
2111612 1990
42
Startle disorders of man: hyperekplexia, jumping and startle epilepsy. 62
3064625 1988
43
Excessive startle syndromes: startle disease, jumping, and startle epilepsy. 62
3511629 1986
44
Sustained myoclonus in a woman with startle epilepsy. 62
4037744 1985
45
[Startle epilepsy: review of the literature and case report]. 62
4025029 1985
46
Startle-induced epileptic seizures. 62
6510379 1984
47
Startle epilepsy: a clinical study. 62
6465864 1984
48
Hyperekplexia: a syndrome of pathological startle responses. 62
6424556 1984
49
The "startle disease" in brain-damaged patients: report of a case. 62
6894024 1980
50
Startle epilepsy complicating Down syndrome during adulthood. 62
6444792 1980

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