subclinical seizure

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sub·clin·i·cal sei·zure

a seizure detected by EEG, which has no clinical correlate, that is, an EEG seizure alone.

sub·clin·i·cal sei·zure

(sŭb-klini-kăl sēzhŭr)
A seizure detected by electroencephalogram, which has no clinical correlate.
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The clinical and electrographic seizure burden in babies with HIE can be considerable and is often not reduced by current antiepileptic drugs.
Furthermore, seven had clinical and/or electrographic seizure resolution within 7 days, and nine had such resolution within 1 month.
Continuous video EEG monitoring showed right centro-frontal electrographic seizures.
At doses lower than 300 nmol, PS infusion produced discrete electrographic seizures (ED50 = 68 nmol) associated with mild behavioral seizures.
This approach could significantly underestimate the number of epileptic events and incidence of PTE by omitting the electrographic seizures.
They have observed the graded increase of hyperexcitability in the kindling models of epilepsy, in which periodic subconvulsive electrical stimulation, for instance, of the amygdala, can induce the sequential and stepwise development of local hyperexcitability, electrographic seizures and, finally, full-blown generalized behavior seizures.