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Causes and pathogenesis of the disease.
The causes of epilepsy include a combination of organic damage to brain cells and genetic inheritance.
Its appearance is associated with perinatal encephalopathy and cortical focal dysplasia.
Perinatal damage to the fetus is hypoxia, birth trauma, asphyxia, prematurity of the fetus, intrauterine infection, etc. They are characterized by a delay or disturbance in the development of the brain and temporal zone. In the future, such disorders are manifested by neurogenic pathologies.
There are also postnatal causes (during life) as a result of traumatic brain injury, inflammatory and infectious lesions of the brain, tumors, allergies, intoxication, alcoholism, hypoglycemia, impaired metabolism or blood circulation, beriberi or high temperature.
Upon contact with neurotransmitters, with ischemia, hypoxia and birth trauma, neurons can die. Temporal lobe epilepsy may present with febrile seizures that may last for a long time. It can also develop mediobasal temporal sclerosis.
The risk of transmission of pathology by heredity is minimal, since a predisposition can manifest itself under the action of certain factors on the child's body.