La epilepsia y factores de riesgo: una revisión narrativa

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MD Carlos Sequeira-Quesada
Diego Delgado-Gómez
María Céspedes-Valverde
Marianela Chaves-Jimenez

Keywords

Epilepsia, Factores de riesgo

Resumen

La epilepsia es un trastorno neurológico común a nivel mundial que afecta a más de 50 millones de personas, desde niños hasta adultos de edad avanzada. Existen diferentes factores de riesgo que pueden contribuir al desarrollo de la epilepsia, como factores ambientales, factores orgánicos, factores asociados al recién nacido o a la mujer gestante. Por tanto, es necesario reconocer estos factores para proporcionar una atención integral adecuada al paciente, con diagnóstico y tratamiento adecuados. Además, al identificar los factores modificables, se pueden tomar medidas para prevenir la aparición de epilepsia en las personas.

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