epilepsy

[ US /ˈɛpəˌɫɛpsi/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛpɪlˌɛpsi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a disorder of the central nervous system characterized by loss of consciousness and convulsions
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How To Use epilepsy In A Sentence

  • The course content included identification, screening and early intervention and medical implications like epilepsy, hyperactivity and brain dysfunctions.
  • Other innovative drugs whose development he oversaw included atracurium, a muscle relaxant, and lamotrigine, an epilepsy drug.
  • Men with high thyroid hormone levels and those who use antiepilepsy medications have an increase in SHBG. A Baby at Last!
  • Objective To assess the value of ictal video-electroencephalography monitoring (IVEEG) in presurgical evaluation for medically intractable nonlesional temporal lobe epilepsy(TLE).
  • Your death was determined to be “sudden unexplained death in epilepsy,” a term so cruelly nonsensical it might as well have been “fickle finger of fate.” Knowing Jesse
  • Changes in sexual behavior, though uncommon, have been seen in patients with epilepsy, including hypersexuality, pansexuality, erotomania, sexual paranoia, exhibitionism, and fetishism.
  • Silver: Before the dawn of antibiotics, silver was used on the skin as an antimicrobial agent and disinfectant and internally to treat epilepsy, gonorrhea and tropical sprue.
  • In some illnesses, for example migraine or epilepsy, the diagnosis may be evident from the history alone.
  • At some future time I hope to take up the epileptoid convulsions and show their relationship and variation from that of the mechanism of essential epilepsy. The Journal of Abnormal Psychology
  • Epilepsy refers to recurrent seizures that reflect aberrant electrical activity of cerebral cortical neurons.
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