Jacksonian seizure

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Jacksonian seizure

[jak′sō·nē·ən ′sē·zhər]
(medicine)
A focal seizure originating in one part of the motor or sensorimotor cortex and manifested usually by spasmodic contractions of or crawling or burning sensations of the skin; may become generalized, leading to loss of consciousness.
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