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Generalized epilepsy syndromes characterized by absence seizures were diagnosed typically in childhood and early adulthood, as was the greatest incidence of generalized myoclonic epilepsies. Generalized epilepsies with first presentation in the adult and elder populations were mostly characterized by generalized tonic–clonic seizures alone. Partial epilepsies are similarly sex distributed during childhood and early adulthood but incidence again becomes higher in males after the age of 65 (Fig. 5).
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1993). 18 MCHUGH AND DELANTY consistent with the greater risks for lesional epilepsy in elderly males. Within this, generalized epilepsies are more common in females in the first year of life, after which incidences for both genders converge and remain similar until 45 years, when a slight male excess becomes apparent (Fig. 4). Generalized epilepsy syndromes characterized by absence seizures were diagnosed typically in childhood and early adulthood, as was the greatest incidence of generalized myoclonic epilepsies.