early seizure

ear·ly sei·zure

a seizure occurring within 1 week after craniocerebral trauma.
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Throughout, Hornfischer shows just how close the battle was and how the Americans' early seizure of the island's airfield proved the single most decisive factor in victory.
For early seizure detection after TBI, based on the findings from the epidemiological studies, these patients should optimally receive EEG screening during the first 2 years.
The presence of early seizures did not increase the risk of PTE in patients with mild TBI.
Discriminating "high risk" factors and early seizure signs, so as to predict, is done using seizure dairies, seizure behavior observations, and if possible using EEG video recordings.
12) Initiation of AED's may also be reasonable for all patients who present with seizure, as they have a higher risk of recurrent early seizures.
Early seizures develop as a result of local metabolic shift and cytotoxic impairment (Stolyarova et al.
Metabolic screening also can yield some information about mental disorders, but is really worthwhile only in patients with clear signs of metabolic disorder, such as a history of lethargy, cyclic vomiting, early seizures, dysmorphisms, mental retardation, or regression.
Kieran's early seizures were a sign of a more complicated neurological problem.
Metabolic screening also can yield some information about mental disorders, but is really worthwhile only in patients with dear signs of metabolic disorder, such as a history of lethargy, cyclic vomiting, early seizures, dysmorphisms, mental retardation, or regression.
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