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West syndromeaxial flexion, a

benign epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes: Hemifacial twitching, excessive salivation, and inability to speak are classically seen in patients with 

temporal lobe seizures: automatisms (lip-smacking, chewing, rubbing fingers together, or repetitive hand motions) and contralateral dystonic arm posturing. Aura of an unusual smell or taste

Frontal lobe seizures:typically present in sleep with hyperkinetic movements, hand clapping, or “bicycling” of the legs.