Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Nishant Raj, Rajasabala Dhande
During clinical practice and in the evaluation of such patients, seizure disorders in youngsters is a regular finding. About 5% of kids seem to be at risk of experiencing a seizure, but the majority of them experience their initial seizure at a very early age. During the newborn stage, frequency is greatest (nearly 1 percent for the term and about 20 percent for the preterm). Febrile convulsions are the most prevalent type of convulsions among children. Whenever two or even more spontaneous convulsions occur during 24 hours, epilepsy is diagnosed. Due to the absence of radiation exposure, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) being determined to be an optimum and initial imaging choice modality for the disorder of pediatric seizure. This overview seeks to evaluate the function of brain’s MRI in the assessment of pediatric neurological condition by conducting literature review from online databases such as Google scholar, PubMed, etc., and concludes that Seizure illness in kids is the most normal condition encountered during the clinical practice, and the analysis of such patients, MRI of brain is a valuable tool. Because of its absence of radiation exposure, high soft-tissue sensitivity, capabilities of multi-planar imaging, and ability to identify modest epileptogenic substrates, MRI is an optimal and preferred imaging modality for pediatric seizure disorders.
Seizure disorder; Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI); Epilepsy; and Electroencephalogram (EEG)
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