Urea cycle disorder presenting as bilateral mesial temporal sclerosis - an unusual cause of seizures: a case report and review of the literature.

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urea cycle disorder 3 endocrinologydiseases
pregabalin 1 endocrinologydiseasesdrugs
sodium phenylbutyrate 1 endocrinologydiseasesdrugs

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pregabalin 7155 both sides (Fig. 5). There was no prior MRI imaging performed. She was started on levetiracetam and pregabalin as these anti-epileptic drugs had minimal drug–drug interaction. Pregabalin was added on as she continued
sodium phenylbutyrate 5312 without any obvious trigger. She responded each time to intravenously administered sodium benzoate or sodium phenylbutyrate , L-arginine and 10% dextrose infusion with normalization of the ammonia levels. She would then resume
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urea cycle disorder 583 other byproducts which are neurotoxic. Ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency is the most common of the urea cycle disorder s and frequently presents with coma or seizures during hyperammonemia. However, seizures can also occur
urea cycle disorder 801 occur without metabolic decompensation.Case presentationWe describe a 23-year-old Chinese woman with urea cycle disorder who presented with confusion due to focal seizures arising from the left frontotemporal region. Interestingly,
urea cycle disorder 1214 medications.ConclusionsThis case adds evidence of the predisposition of the temporal lobe to injury in urea cycle disorder . Urea cycle disorder can lead to mesial temporal sclerosis which leads to increased susceptibility of

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