This is the report of clinical neurological examination that you have narrated here. And the good news is that all is normal. There is no abnormality found. You need not worry about any of this. Mid line is the term for a symmetrical action of both sided muscles. All the brain structures, except a few, are bilateral (on both the sides).
The seizures and migraines have not affected any cranial nerves.
Thank you very much, it's never been proven that I am having seizures. Since the stroke I have had interuption in my vision. They called it migrains, only no headaches were present. Flashing lights on the rightside, waving vision, and then resently it progressed to loss of vision for twenty minutes at a time in that right eye. Then on the Topamax that cleared up. Also I experienced numbness in my hands and feet with that. Do you think it is seizures or something else. Seizures is keeping me from getting insurance. So needless to say I am very interested in finding closure on this issue.
I do not think they are seizures. They may be atypical migraine attacks with aura. Can you get an EEG done just to rule out seizure ?