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What is Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA?

What is Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA?

  • Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA: Abnormal development of the brain cortex which results in severe, untreatable seizures which occur several times a day. Type IIA is distinguished by the lack of balloon cells wheras type IIB has balloon cells present. Balloon cells are abnormal cells in the brain tissue.

Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA: Introduction

Types of Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA:

Broader types of Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA:

What causes Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA?

Causes of Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA: see causes of Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA

What are the symptoms of Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA?

Symptoms of Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA: see symptoms of Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA

Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA: Neurologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA.
Treatments for Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA: see treatments for Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA

Name and Aliases of Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA

Main name of condition: Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA

Other names or spellings for Focal cortical dysplasia type IIA:

focal cortical dysplasia of Taylor, Type IIA, cortical dysplasia of Taylor, type IIA

 

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