seizure disorder


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seizure disorder

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Evidence shows that infantile spasms are a more serious seizure disorder than generalized convulsions.
In addition, the company's lead programme, SAGE-547, is in Phase 3 clinical development for super-refractory status epilepticus, a rare and severe seizure disorder and for postpartum depression.
However, a large proportion of children seen have seizure disorder either as the main diagnosis or as a comorbidity with another disorder.
In the seizure disorder the patient usually brought with fever and convulsion either due to meningitis, febrile seizures or cerebral palsy.
The child has cerebral palsy, a seizure disorder, and developmental delays.
Anyone with a history of head injury, epilepsy or another seizure disorder, drug or alcohol addiction, or who is using certain medicines to treat migraine headaches, muscle spasms, depression, mental illness or nausea and vomiting, is advised to avoid Tramadol.
Duke is a 12-year-old tri-color basset with a brain tumor and seizure disorder.
DISCUSSION: The present study was conducted on fifty cases of seizure disorder admitted in King George Hospital, Vishakapatnam and fifty controls in the age group ranging from 20 to 60 yrs.
The location, severity, and type of neuronal dysfunction determines what type of seizure disorder the individual will have, as well as whether the individual is going to be refractory to medical, surgical, or biomechanical intervention.
An obese, 47-year-old woman with a history of a seizure disorder presented with a slow-onset subjective hearing loss.
The researchers then asked participants about additional relatives affected with epilepsy or a seizure disorder.
Summary: Although some people still believe in the myth that epilepsy, which is also known as seizure disorder, is related to jinns, science has proved that it is a disease related to the brain.