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Tracy Weimer, Warren Boling, David Pryputniewicz and Adriana Palade

rarely documented. 6 , 15 , 16 Surgical outcome in patients with chronic, nonlesional epilepsy has traditionally been worse than in comparable cases with clearly defined lesions. It is not known if this also holds true for nonlesional surgery performed for intractable status epilepticus. Seizures are a frequent symptom of paraneoplastic limbic encephalitis and may take the form of refractory status. 3 , 8 , 13 , 20 Successful treatment of limbic encephalitis usually involves antineoplastics to treat the tumor or immunosuppressive therapy. Surgical therapy of

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Sandeep Mittal, Akinwunmi Oni-Orisan, Justin Stenz and Aashit K. Shah

. Seizure 14 : 288 – 291 , 2005 28 Walker AE : The hypothalamus and pilomotor regulation . Assoc Res Ment Dis Proc 20 : 400 – 415 , 1940 29 Ward AA Jr : The anterior cingulate gyrus and personality . Res Publ Assoc Nerv Ment Dis 27 : 438 – 445 , 1948 30 Wieser S , Kelemen A , Barsi P , Vincent A , Borbely C , Rasonyi G , : Pilomotor seizures and status in non-paraneoplastic limbic encephalitis . Epileptic Disord 7 : 205 – 211 , 2005 31 Yu H , Yen D , Yiu C , Chung W , Lirng J , Su M : Pilomotor seizures