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march

 [mahrch]
the progression of electrical activity through the motor cortex.
cortical march (epileptic march) (jacksonian march) the spread of abnormal electrical activity from one area of the cerebral cortex to adjacent areas, characteristic of jacksonian epilepsy.

march

(mahrch) the progression of electrical activity through the motor cortex.
jacksonian march  the spread of abnormal electrical activity from one area of the cerebral cortex to adjacent areas, characteristic of jacksonian epilepsy.

march

[märch]
the progression of electrical activity through the motor cortex.
Gait; a walk in cadence
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