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BOF 61
15 year old male brought to you by his parents with attacks of loss of consciousness with jerking movement and variable confusion afterwards .He has a family history of epilepsy and the neurological examination was normal .You diagnosed a generalized Grand Mal epilepsy .
All of the followings are true, except:
1-he does not need hospital admission for further assessment
2-the presence of his parents as an eye witness is very important in the diagnosis
3-valproate is an excellent first line agent
4-tounge biting goes with the clinical picture
5-CT scan is a useful initial investigation

 

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