autonomic seizure

autonomic seizure

seizure characterized by objectively documented dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system, usually involving cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, or sudomotor functions.

au·to·no·mic sei·zure

(aw'tō-nom'ik sē'zhŭr)
Seizure characterized by objectively documented dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system, usually involving cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, or sudomotor functions.

au·to·no·mic sei·zure

(aw'tō-nom'ik sē'zhŭr)
Seizure characterized by objectively documented dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system, usually involving cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, or sudomotor functions.
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Autonomic seizure symptoms may also be quite varied, but most commonly involve gastrointestinal symptoms best described as 'a rising epigastric sensation'.
Furthermore, autonomic seizures occurred in 0 and 2.9%, dialeptic seizures in 9.7% and 7.8%, motor seizures in 83.9% and 63.1%, and FBD seizures in 0 and 11.7% of patients with an onset age <60 years and in those with an onset age ≥60 years, respectively.