epileptic


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epileptic

a person who has epilepsy
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Each group comprised of 100 subjects labeled as Group-A (control group had healthy individuals), Group-B (newly diagnosed epileptic patients without antiepileptic therapy), Group-C (epileptic patients on Carbamazepine therapy, which was further subdivided into C-I having epileptic patients on Carbamazepine therapy less than 1 year n=33, C-II had epileptic patients on Carbamazepine therapy 1-2 years n = 33 and C-III comprised of epileptic patients on Carbamazepine therapy more than 2 years n = 34).
To study the feelings of inadequacy and Suicidal ideation among Epileptic and their normal control
3,9-15] Caregivers and family members support is crucial for better compliance and care of epileptic patients.
However, in eight of 14 patients in the study, neural stem cells were present outside these regions, namely in the epileptic brain tissue that was surgically removed.
It is also categorized as epileptic myoclonus or nonepileptic myoclonus.
15 (BNA): The Ministry of Health denied any shortage of Lamictal, which is prescribed to epileptic patients at health centres.
As an artist, he is best known for his acclaimed autobiographical comic Epileptic, published serially in France from 1996 to 2003, about his family's struggle surrounding his brother's epilepsy and David's development as an artist.
he said, mentioning that there are also no dearth of instances when a epileptic may be declared insane and subjected to inhuman attitude including torture.
However, scientists, professors, and general guidelines confirm that most epileptic women deliver healthy infants.
A high incidence of epileptic patients who sustained a burn injury was reported in a previous review of the spectrum and outcome of burns at our institution.
But while in hospital the 27-year-old from Denbigh suffered an epileptic seizure during which he ingested fluid from his stomach into his lungs.
Such interactions are expressed as changes in the epileptic pattern, in interictal activity, in sleep structure and psychological activities at daytime, while several studies have demonstrated that sleep seems to facilitate epileptic seizures (SHOUSE et al.

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