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Medline ® Abstract for Reference 9

of 'Nonepileptic paroxysmal disorders in children'

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The Alice in Wonderland syndrome in juvenile migraine.
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Golden GS
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Pediatrics. 1979;63(4):517.
 
Two children are reported who had recurrent attacks of impairment of time sense, body image, and visual analysis of the environment. These occurred with a clear state of consciousness and in the absence of any evidence of an encephalitic process, seizures, drug ingestion, or psychiatric illness. Both children had recurrent headaches; one was clearly migrainous. There was a family history of migraine in both cases. These children represent examples of the Alice in Wonderland syndrome in juvenile migraine.
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