The case study is aimed at providing a more thorough analysis of a case of Epilepsy presented with an unusual aura of cough. The study hopes to generate an interest for further studies into the topic and focuses on abnormal unusual presentations of auras. Cough as an aura is not a common presentation. Any stereotyped repeated clinical phenomenon should consider being epileptic in its origin.
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Ibrahim, M. , Mansory, A. , Kumar, S. and Sirsat, J. (2015) Case Report on Epilepsy with Cough Aura. Neuroscience and Medicine
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