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A 2-day old girl with status epilepticus, unresponsive to maximum pharmacological intervention, is reported. Findings of brain and cardiac lesions pointed to the diagnosis of tuberous sclerosis. One of the brain lesions was unusually large, occupying most of the right temporo-parietal lobe.
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Accepted: February 20, 1994
Received: September 28, 1993
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