Also in this issue:
Rare Epilepsy Surgery for
Patient with Landau-Kleffner Syndrome (LKS) |
Dawn Oginsky, of Flushing, Michigan was in bed with her
six-year-old son Hunter and his brother in May of 2009, she didn’t
think much of the strange noises he was making, discounting it as a
nightmare. But when Hunter started twitching, Dawn whose sister
had epilepsy but outgrew it, immediately knew he was having a
Last reviewed: July 2011
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