Absence seizures; valproate
West syndrome; ACTH
Tuberous sclerosis ; vigabatrin
Myoclonic Spasms ; Valproate
Ans. B. West syndrome; ACTH
Explanation: The seizure semiology matches that of infantile spasms, which are often referred to as-salaam spells, occurring in clusters on awakening in the daytime. It is supported by an EEG finding of hypsarrhythmia. ACTH and steroid are used as first-line drugs, vigabatrin is reserved for infantile spasms in tuberous sclerosis.