The innervation of the hand is carried out by a whole system of peripheral nerves, that is, located outside the brain and spinal cord. Their diseases are not inflammatory genesis (caused by various degenerative and dystrophic processes) called neuropathy.
According to the international classification valid until last year, symptomatic or secondary, caused by defeat of brain structures, idiopathic, primary (independent, presumably hereditary disease) and cryptogenic epilepsy were isolated.
Modern research has shown that polytherapy with several drugs in small doses did not justify itself. Selection of the drug is strictly in accordance with the type of epilepsy and the type of epileptic fit.
Without taking into account pathogenetic factors, many continue to call it neuritis, and ICD-10 on the basis of anatomical and topographic features of the disease refers it to mono-neuropathies of the upper extremities with code G56.0-G56.1.