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  • Lesions in the temporal lobe can result in so-called musicogenic epilepsy, an extremely rare form of the disorder in which seizures are triggered by the sound of music.

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  • A total of just 150 cases of musicogenic epilepsy have ever been reported.

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  • Gayle suffered from musicogenic epilepsy, seizures caused by music.

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  • One is a musicogenic seizure, in which just remembering a favorite tune can trigger a grand mal or a complex partial seizure.

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  • Sacks discusses a story of musicogenic epilepsy in which certain melodies, pitches, or tones can trigger a site in the temporal lobe resulting in a seizure in certain individuals.

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