The Exploration of the Spectrum of Motor Manifestations of Anti-LGI1 Encephalitis beyond FBDS

Conclusions1. Atypical seizures, for instance, seizures without EEG evolution, are not rare but likely to be overlooked. 2. FBDS is closely linked with epileptic seizures, revealing FBDS to be a part of epileptic attacks. 3. HMs could expand the spectrum of motor manifestations, overlapping with sleep disorders. 4. The high prevalence of these motor events might be due to the disrupted cortical-subcortical network, which is critical in motor control and sleep.
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