A seizure characterized by the presence of anger, which may be accompanied by aggressive behavior. This is a rare seizure type, anger and aggression, if present, are mostly seen in the post-ictal period. This seizure type localizes to prefrontal or mesial temporal regions of the brain. Focal emotional seizures with anger are distinguished from tantrums and rage reactions by the absence of organized, purposeful goal-directed aggressive behavior, by their stereotyped evolution during each event, and by the presence of other epileptic seizure features as the seizure evolves.