Unlike most neurological disorders, there may be no physical signs. The diagnosis is, therefore, made on the basis of a history of more than one epileptic seizure. An accurate eye-witness account is crucial to making a correct diagnosis, as the person experiencing the seizure usually has no recollection of what has happened.

A number of investigations may provide additional information, although these tests do no make the diagnosis of epilepsy. EEG can aid in the diagnosis.

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