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Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy
These events typically occur either early in the morning or upon sleep deprivation. Additional clinical presentations include seizures with either a motor tonic-clonic seizure or nonmotor absence seizure generalized onset. The characteristic signs of JME are brief episodes of involuntary muscle twitching. These are brief episodes of involuntary muscle contractions occurring early in the morning or shortly before falling asleep. They are more common in the arms than in the legs and may result in dropping objects. Myoclonic jerks may as well appear in clusters.
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