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Epilepsy Glog

Absense seizures most commonly affect children and are characterized as a brief loss of awareness or almost daydream-like state

The entire body becomes rigid and the individual collapses.

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A neurological disorder marked by sudden recurrent episodes of sensory disturbance, loss of consciousness, or convulsions.

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This form of seizure is characterized by sudden involuntary jerking movements.

Involuntary thrashing and jerking movements as muscles relax and contract repeatedly.

relaxation of all muscles, again resulting usually in collapse

Absense Seizure

TONIC SEIZURE

MYOCLONIC SEIZURE

ATONIC SEIZURE

CLONIC SEIZURE

Types of Seizures


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