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epileptic

a person who has epilepsy
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However records showed no such epileptic medication had been dispensed by the hospital pharmacy.
In contrast to a disease, there is no single etiology and/or pathology Therefore, contrary to epileptic seizure, the diagnosis of epilepsy or syndrome is not possible by only observing and/or watching the video but requires information on the age of onset, family history predisposing factors, frequency of the attack, electroencephalography (EEG) and neuroimaging data, etc.
Sackellares, "Measurement and quantification of spatiotemporal dynamics of human epileptic seizures", In: Nonlinear biomedical signal processing, ed.
Nakken (1997) observed a reduction of disorders in the electroencephalography of 20 out of 26 epileptic children.
Early myoclonic encephalopathy (EMA) is an epileptic condition with a bad prognosis which begins in the first three months of life and in which voltage supression is observed on EEG.
In the present study the sample was consisted of 60 male and female epileptic patients of age range 16 to 45 years.
As a surgeon, one of the most rewarding things is to witness an improvement in the quality of life of the patient, since epileptic patients could suffer from emotional and social disorders," said Dr Mansour adding that even though none of the patients complained after surgery, "VNS is a programmable instrument that can be switched off in case of discomfort.
8% had no hesitation in becoming friend to an epileptic likewise 64.
The new research in mice shows how these cells can be "kick-started" into action by physical activity or epileptic seizures.
Prosecutor Emma Ross told Airdrie Sheriff Court: "The cards came into her possession after Mrs McGuigan took an epileptic fit on a bus, with the cards on her.
For the first time, scientists at Newcastle University have been able to record spontaneous epileptic activity in brain tissue that has been removed from patients undergoing neurosurgery.
In this pre-clinical trial, BVA-601 induced a statistically significant decrease of epileptic activity in mice pre-treated with Kainic acid.

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