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Complexities of frontal eye field seizure semiology Volume 24, issue 2, April 2022

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Department of Neurology, Vikram Hospital, Miller's road, Bengaluru, 560052, India
* Correspondence: Seetharam Raghavendra Consultant Neurologist, Department of Neurology, Vikram Hospital, Bangalore, India

Frontal eye field (FEF) is the area in the vicinity of the precentral sulcus and superior frontal sulcus that, on stimulation, produces eye movements[1]. It is well connected to other cortical areas of eye movements and functions as an integrator [1]. FEF seizures typically produce contralateral eye and head adversion [2]. We report a case of FEF seizures with eye blinking and visual perception impairment as prominent features. A 33-year-old, right-handed female was evaluated for drug-resistant [...]