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    • some of different neurological conditions described as sudden…
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    • The term epilepsy (pronounced as eh-puh-lep-see)…
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epilepsy definition

  • noun:
    • some of different neurological conditions described as sudden recurring assaults of motor, sensory, or psychic malfunction with or without losing consciousness or convulsive seizures.
    • A medical symptom in which the victim experiences seizures (or convulsions) and blackouts.
    • The “falling illness,” so called considering that the client falls suddenly to the ground; an illness characterized by paroxysms (or meets) happening at period and attended by sudden loss of awareness, and convulsive movements of this muscles.
    • A disease of brain described as recurrent attacks of lack of consciousness with extreme muscular spasm (significant assault), or
    • losing consciousness attended with little to no or no muscular disturbance, or, seldom, small muscular spasm without loss of awareness (minor attack).
    • a problem regarding the nervous system described as loss in consciousness and convulsions
    • some of various neurologic disorders described as unexpected continual attacks of motor, sensory, or psychic malfunction with or without losing awareness or convulsive seizures.
    • A medical symptom in that the sufferer encounters seizures (or convulsions) and blackouts.
    • The “falling illness,” so called because the patient drops unexpectedly on surface; an ailment described as paroxysms (or suits) happening at period and attended by unexpected losing consciousness, and convulsive movements of this muscles.
    • A disease for the brain described as recurrent attacks of loss in awareness with extreme muscular spasm (significant assault), or
    • loss in consciousness attended with little or no muscular disturbance, or, hardly ever, minor muscular spasm without loss of awareness (minor assault).
    • a disorder associated with central nervous system characterized by loss in consciousness and convulsions
    • Any of various neurologic problems described as sudden recurring assaults of engine, physical, or psychic malfunction with or without loss of consciousness or convulsive seizures.
    • A medical symptom in which the victim encounters seizures (or convulsions) and blackouts.
    • The “falling sickness,” so-called considering that the patient falls all of a sudden into floor; an ailment described as paroxysms (or suits) occurring at interval and attended by unexpected losing consciousness, and convulsive motions associated with the muscle tissue.
    • an illness of the brain characterized by recurrent assaults of loss of consciousness with serious muscular spasm (significant assault), or
    • loss of consciousness attended with little or no muscular disruption, or, seldom, slight muscular spasm without loss in consciousness (small assault).
    • a disorder of nervous system described as losing consciousness and convulsions
    • some of different neurologic disorders characterized by sudden recurring attacks of motor, physical, or psychic malfunction with or without loss of consciousness or convulsive seizures.
    • A medical condition in that the victim experiences seizures (or convulsions) and blackouts.
    • The “falling sickness,” so called because the patient falls suddenly to the ground; a disease characterized by paroxysms (or fits) occurring at interval and attended by sudden loss of consciousness, and convulsive motions of the muscles.
    • an illness regarding the mind characterized by recurrent assaults of reduced consciousness with extreme muscular spasm (major assault), or
    • lack of consciousness attended with little or no muscular disturbance, or, hardly ever, small muscular spasm without losing consciousness (minor attack).
    • a disorder of this central nervous system characterized by losing consciousness and convulsions
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