The most common chronic, recurrent neurological disease of childhood is epilepsy [1]. The association of epilepsy with Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is widespread. Identified risk factors such as various arrhythmias, genetic risk factors like ion channel mutations, Antiepileptic Drugs (AEDs), structural cardiac conditions can explain the coexistence of epilepsy and CVD [2]. Also, among living epilepsy patients, transient left ventricular (LV) dysfunction was the most common postictal cardiac abnormality [3].

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