preconvulsive

pre·con·vul·sive

(prē'kon-vŭl'siv),
Denoting the stage in an epileptic paroxysm preceding convulsions (for example, aura).
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pre·con·vul·sive

(prē'kŏn-vŭl'siv)
Denoting the stage in an epileptic paroxysm preceding convulsions (e.g., aura).
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preconvulsive

(prē″kŏn-vŭl′sĭv) [″ + convulsio, pulling together]
Before a convulsion.
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The extract produced a dose dependent prolongation of preconvulsive breathing.
The mast cell stabilizing activity of the extract was further substantiated by its inhibitory effect on preconvulsive breathing in sensitized guinea pigs exposed to antigen spray in an enclosed chamber.
Dose Preconvulsive Inhibition (mg/kg) Breathing (min) (%) Control -- 3.71 [+ or -] 0.99 -- C.