epileptic seizure

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ep·i·lep·tic sei·zure

clinical and/or laboratory manifestations of an epileptic attack.
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ENPNewswire-August 27, 2019--TU Dresden: Breaching the brain's defense causes epilepsy; Scientific study proves the relevance of glial cells for epileptic seizures and shows potential for new therapies
She added that he fainted, and started to show symptoms of an epileptic seizure.
Update on treatments of psychological non epileptic seizures Epilepsy & Behavior, 7, 364-74.
In this paper, an intelligent computer-aided design (CAD) tool that analyses the EEG signal and classifies the epileptic seizure and the seizure-free signal from the input EEG.
This made it possible for us to be able to predict epileptic seizure, if we successfully detect the start of preictal state.
Depression, fear, anger and irritability are the states of mind that were highly associated with the epileptic seizure. (Alsaad et al., 2015; Peterson, Walker, and Shears, 2014).
has been accused of intentionally Tweeting a flashing GIF to Newsweek Journalist Kurt Eichenwald, provoking an epileptic seizure.
At only eight, she saved her baby brother's pram from rolling into a busy road after her mum Ellen had an epileptic seizure.
Tawfik added that tension, stress, and anxiety can also contribute to one's chances of epileptic seizure, as psychological factors and emotional burdens negatively affect epileptic patients, as well as excessive exposure to the sun.
An inquest heard that she had suffered an epileptic seizure and drowned.
Epileptic seizure is a transient occurrence of signs and/or symptoms because of abnormal, excessive, and synchronous discharges of brain neurons.