Intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) is one of the most devastating forms of stroke with a reported mortality rate of up to 50% in the literature. [1] One complication is the development of seizures that occurs in 2%-40% of patients post-ICH. The significant variation in incidence is related to the type and duration of monitoring, length of follow-up, and patient characteristics including hemorrhage volume, hemorrhage location, and cortical involvement [2–12].

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