recurrent seizure

recurrent seizure

Neurology A repeated unprovoked seizure
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In the studies, magnesium sulphate for eclampsia was associated with lower risks of maternal death, recurrent seizure and major morbidity.
Antipyretic agents were found to be ineffective in preventing the recurrence of febrile seizures and lowering fever during an episode that led to a recurrent seizure.
About 10% of patients will experience a seizure sometime in their lives, yet fewer than half will have a second or recurrent seizure.
Study subjects were randomized to 1 of 2 groups: lorazepam 2 mg intravenously to prevent a recurrent seizure or usual care consisting of intravenous saline (with dextrose, if not contraindicated) and supplementation of magnesium, thiamine, and multivitamins.
The patient was started on phenytoin, but she experienced recurrent seizure episodes despite reporting compliance with her medication regimen.
The younger male sibling also presented with recurrent seizure, Adenoma Sebaceum (Fig.
Rachel Heiderich was diagnosed at age 6 as having epilepsy (a disorder characterized by recurrent seizure activity).
A 5-month-old girl presented with recurrent seizures.
The loss of volume in the hippocampus was shown to be correlated with the disease duration, with progressive hippocampus and loss of neurons causing volume loss in the temporal lobe, resulting in recurrent seizures.
Epilepsy is a heterogeneous symptom complex, a chronic disorder characterized by recurrent seizures affecting approximately 1% of the world's population and second most common neurological disorder after stroke.
There was history of recurrent seizures since childhood, which had been aggravated recently.

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