hypermotor seizure

hypermotor seizure

seizure characterized by automatisms involving predominantly proximal limb muscles and producing marked limb displacement.

hy·per·mo·tor sei·zure

(hī'pĕr-mō'tŏr sē'zhŭr)
Attack characterized by automatisms involving predominantly proximal limb muscles and producing marked limb displacement.

hy·per·mo·tor sei·zure

(hī'pĕr-mō'tŏr sē'zhŭr)
Seizure characterized by automatisms involving predominantly proximal limb muscles and producing marked limb displacement.
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The most frequent common aspect is behavioural and autonomic arousal culminating in the third degree of behavioural pattern what we call in NFLE hypermotor seizure and in arousal parasomnia night terror.
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Yao Y Guojun et al conducted MRI study in presurgical evaluation in 23 patients with drug-resistant hypermotor seizures. MRI detected focal abnormalities in six patients.