*  Temporal lobe seizure Coping and support - Mayo Clinic
If this happens in just one area of the brain, the result is a focal seizure. A temporal lobe seizure is a partial seizure that ... Do the seizures occur in clusters?. *Do they all look the same or are there different seizure behaviors you or others have seen ... A seizure lasts more than five minutes. *The person doesn't recover completely or as quickly as usual after the seizure is over ... Seizures keep repeating in a single day. Often, the cause of temporal lobe seizures remains unknown. However, they can be a ...
  https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/temporal-lobe-seizure/basics/coping-support/CON-20022892?p=1
*  Dog seizures | Cory's Story
Categories: Dog seizures Tags: canine epilepsy, dog seizure symptoms, Dog seizures, seizures in dogs ... GRAND MAL SEIZURES, a/k/a TONIC-CLONIC SEIZURES. These are the seizures that can be mistaken for a heart attack or a stroke, ... These seizures can become either STATUS EPILEPTICUS or CLUSTER SEIZURES. The status epilepticus seizure is a GRAND MAL that is ... ABSENCE SEIZURES a/k/a PETIT MAL SEIZURES. These seizures are the most difficult to assess, because nothing dramatic happens; ...
  http://corysstory.com/tag/dog-seizures/
*  Neonatal seizures
... : Aetiology by means of a standardized work-up. Loman et al. Eur J Paediatr Neurol. 2014 Feb 17. PMID: ... Neonatal seizures. Posted April 1st, 2014. by Yannis Trakadis & filed under Part 28: NEUROGENETICS. ... This study explored the incidence of different aetiologies of neonatal seizures in a real cohort of patients. All full-term ... born neonates from January 2002 till September 2009 with neonatal seizures, admitted to the local neonatal ICU were included (n ...
  https://ommbidblog.com/2014/04/01/neonatal-seizures/
*  Seizures with Migraine? - Migraine - Headache - HealingWell.com Forum
They diagnosed her with psychogenic seizures but told us that just meant that all of the seizures they tracked were non- ... or full-blown seizures if they are?). Migraine, especially with aura, bears a very close relationship to seizure. Here's the ... but they had her in a seizure study in the hospital and the docs there said that all the seizures she had were non-epileptic. ... epilepsy isn't the only cause of seizures). However it is certainly possible that the migraines are inducing seizures (is the ...
  https://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=31&m=1620783
*  Multiple Sclerosis Research: Seizures in MS - what we don't know
I have seizures, and I was diagnosed about 3 years ago with MS, but the seizure were one of the first things that started ... The etiopathogenesis of seizures in MS is still poorly understood.. METHOD: A review of the literature on seizures and MS using ... My seizures usually correlate with relapses. I have been having seizures for years and they have gotten worse in the aftermath ... Whilst in around 10% of early MS cases, seizures are sometimes the presenting feature!. So, the aetiology of seizures in MS is ...
  https://multiple-sclerosis-research.blogspot.com/2017/07/seizures-in-ms-what-we-dont-know.html
*  Researchers identify possible trigger point of epileptic seizures - Healthcanal.com : Healthcanal.com
These seizures can be so subtle that they aren't noticed, or are mistaken for lack of attention. The patient remains still for ... During an absence seizure, the brain's electrical signals spontaneously coalesce into rhythmic oscillations, beginning in the ... The new findings may lead to a better understanding of how ordinary, waking, sensory experiences can ignite seizures, said John ... Absence, or petit-mal, seizures - the form that epilepsy usually takes among children ages 6-15 - feature a sudden loss of ...
  https://www.healthcanal.com/brain-nerves/19887-researchers-identify-possible-trigger-point-of-epileptic-seizures.html
*  Pediatric Intracerebral Hemorrhage: Acute Symptomatic Seizures and Epilepsy | Noninvasive ICP
RESULTS Acute symptomatic seizures occurred in 35 subjects (48%). Acute symptomatic seizures as a presenting symptom of ICH ... Continuous electroencephalography may detect electrographic seizures in some subjects. Single remote symptomatic seizures occur ... MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Acute symptomatic seizures (clinically evident and electrographic-only seizures within 7 days), remote ... IMPORTANCE Seizures are believed to be common presenting symptoms in neonates and children with spontaneous intracerebral ...
  http://www.noninvasiveicp.com/node/913
*  MassGeneral Hospital for Children study explains some mysteries of neonatal seizures - Healthcanal.com : Healthcanal.com
"The incidence of seizures is higher in the newborn period than at any other stage of life," says Kevin Staley, MD, MGHfC chief ... Many of our most powerful seizure medicines work by enhancing the action of GABA, but this treatment may backfire for brain ... We are excited to be participating in a trial of bumetanide as an adjunctive treatment of neonatal seizures currently being ... That finding could explain the suppression of convulsions, which require the passage of seizure signals from the cortex through ...
  https://www.healthcanal.com/child-health/3295-massgeneral-hospital-for-children-study-explains-some-mysteries-of-neonatal-seizures.html
*  types of canine epilepsy | Cory's Story
Some types of seizure can be more frequent or longer lasting. "Cluster Seizures" occur when a dog experiences multiple seizures ... Categories: Dog seizures Tags: canine epilepsy, canine seizures, types of canine epilepsy, types of canine seizures ... The Various Kinds of Seizures Both the primary and secondary forms of epilepsy are characterized by the same array of seizure ... The "Complex Partial Seizure" is a type of Focal Seizure that results in a recurring behavior: the dog will remain conscious ...
  http://corysstory.com/tag/types-of-canine-epilepsy/
*  Acute postoperative seizures after epilepsy surgery : a long-term outcome predictor?
This study evaluated APS, defined as seizures in the first week post-surgery, as a predictor of long-term seizure outcome, and ... Acute postoperative seizures after epilepsy surgery: a long-term outcome predictor?. Alfstad, K Å ... RESULTS: At 2 year follow-up, 25 patients (53%) were seizure free. Univariate analysis showed that APS (P = 0.048), using ≥ six ... OBJECTIVES: The prognostic value of acute postoperative seizures (APS) after epilepsy surgery is much debated. ...
  http://uu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:510324
*  BHARE Foundation - Seizures & Epilepsy - The BHARE Foundation
BHARE Foundation - Seizures & Epilepsy. Seizures and Epilepsy. A seizure results from a temporary electrical disturbance in the ... Types of Seizures. There are many types of seizures, but for simplistic purposes only a few will be discussed. Febrile seizures ... Generalized seizures are categorized mainly by tonic-clonic (grand mal), or absence (petit mal) seizures. Grand mal seizures ... Or if the seizure causes convulsions, then the name partial seizure with secondary generalization is used. Please visit other ...
  http://bhare.org/seizures-epilepsy/
*  Non-epileptic seizure - definition of Non-epileptic seizure by The Free Dictionary
Non-epileptic seizure synonyms, Non-epileptic seizure pronunciation, Non-epileptic seizure translation, English dictionary ... definition of Non-epileptic seizure. n. 1. The act or an instance of seizing or the condition of being seized. 2. A sudden ... seizure. (redirected from Non-epileptic seizure). Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia. sei·zure. ... seizure. noun. 1. attack, fit, spasm, convulsion, paroxysm I was prescribed drugs to control seizures. ...
  http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Non-epileptic+seizure
*  Incidence, causes and phenotypes of acute seizures in Kenyan children post the malaria-decline period. - Department of...
... of all acute seizures, being more common in complex seizures (8%) and neonatal seizures (10 %) than other seizures (p , 0.001 ... for complex seizures and 443 per 100,000 live births (95% CI, 383-512) for neonatal seizures. Over the period, there was an ... nor neonatal seizures (IRR = 0.99; p = 0.905). Important causes of acute seizures were malaria (33%) and respiratory tract ... RESULTS: The overall incidence of acute seizures over the 5-year period was 312 per 100,000/year (95% CI, 295-329): 116 per ...
  https://www.psych.ox.ac.uk/publications/575278
*  Seizures | Boston Children's Hospital
Learn more about Seizures symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments from experts at Boston Children's, ranked best Children's ... A child may be diagnosed with epilepsy if he or she has had two or more unprovoked seizures, or after a single seizure if the ... Learn more about stopping seizures with laser therapy. Treatments for seizures have expanded greatly in recent years and ... Sometimes, seizures are triggered by a disease or injury, but for most children, there is no detectable cause. Sometimes other ...
  http://www.childrenshospital.org/conditions-and-treatments/conditions/seizures
*  Vitamins for epilepsy | Cochrane
Antiepileptic drugs stop seizures for 70% of people with epilepsy and cause a number of side effects. This review investigated ... Two studies (75 participants) found no effect for the outcome 50% or greater reduction in seizure frequency (OR 0.96; 95% CI ... To assess if vitamins improve seizure control, reduce adverse effects of AEDs or improve the quality of life in people with ... No evidence that folic acid, thiamine, vitamin D or vitamin E improve seizure control or prevent side effects for people with ...
  http://www.cochrane.org/CD004304/EPILEPSY_vitamins-for-epilepsy
*  Seizures
Treating the Seizure Patient Jason N. Cook Captain / Paramedic Layton City Fire Department ... Generalized Seizures ,ul,,li,Primary Generalized Seizures Absence seizures Myoclonic seizures Atonic seizures Tonic seizures ... li,,/ul,Simple Partial Seizures (Jacksonian Seizures, Focal Cortical Seizures) * 29. Simple Partial Seizures ,ul,,li,Simple ... Partial Seizures ,ul,,li,Partial Seizures Simple partial seizures Complex partial seizures ,/li,,/ul, ...
  https://www.slideshare.net/dennis43/seizures-5473537
*  "Twlight" seizures - LA...
A scene from the film has reportedly been causing epileptic seizures, which prompted the Maryland-based Epilepsy Foundation to ... A scene from the film has reportedly been causing epileptic seizures, which prompted the Maryland-based Epilepsy Foundation to ... A scene from the film has reportedly been causing epileptic seizures, which prompted the Maryland-based Epilepsy Foundation to ... A scene from the film has reportedly been causing epileptic seizures, which prompted the Maryland-based Epilepsy Foundation to ...
  http://www.latimes.com/ae.breaking.dawn.seizures.jpg-20111201-photo.html
*  seizures Posts
Neatorama Posts Tagged "seizures" Wearable Device Sends a Text Message to Caregivers When the User Has a Seizure... (Image: RTI ... a rare genetic disorder that causes frequent seizures seizures . She's one of 2 million people in the Unite... ... Charlotte spent... ...ent a lot of time in various hospitals, while the seizures stunted her development.By then Charlotte had ... Young Charlotte Figi was born with Dravet Syndrome... ...n which the patent suffers frequent, long-lasting seizures that don't ...
  http://www.neatorama.com/tag/seizures/
*  seizures - Neurology - MedHelp
He began having seizures 10 years ago which lasted 1 year. Then seizure free for 10 years. No meds,eeg and cat scans ... ... seizures Tom-Pilgrim My husband is currently at an epilepsy center undergoing eeg/video monitoring. He began having seizures 10 ... Then seizure free for 10 years. No meds,eeg and cat scans all negative. In Oct. 97 he began having seizures again. CAT and MRI ... Seizures continued every 4-5 weeks. One break of 3 months seizure free. Now at center, meds withdrawn and unfortunately one ...
  https://www.medhelp.org/posts/Neurology/seizures/show/898222
*  Febrile Seizures / Convulsion
The seizure often occurs during the first day of a fever, which is defined as a temperature of 101˚F (38˚C) or above. In some ... A febrile seizure is a convulsion that can occur when a child has a fever, usually as a result of infection. ... cases, a child may not have a fever when the seizure occurs, but develops one a few hours later. ... Two forms of febrile seizures exist: simple febrile seizure and complex febrile seizure. ...
  https://www.news-medical.net/health/Febrile-Seizures-Convulsion.aspx
*  Seizures in adults
During a seizure, there is abnormal and excessive electrical activity in the brain. T ... Sometimes, a seizure aura can occur before a convulsive seizure.. Seizure triggers - A minority of people have seizure triggers ... People with provoked seizures are not said to have epilepsy.. ●Nonepileptic seizures - Nonepileptic seizures look like seizures ... SEIZURE SYMPTOMS. Seizure types - One of the most common seizure types is a convulsion. This may be called a 'tonic clonic' or ...
  https://www.uptodate.com/contents/seizures-in-adults-beyond-the-basics
*  Re: Absence Seizures
sublingual seizures? Josh has seizures but not seen, he has no flapping, eye rolling etc, but he has these seizures that lasts ... My daughter has epilepsy (the name covering all types of seizures). Her form is named absence seizures or petit mal seizures. ... The big safety thing to worry about is that a person with absence seizures is more likely to sometime begin grand mal seizures ... Driving - If the seizures go away (yes kids usually grow out of this) or if they are shown to be controlled by medication, she ...
  http://www.ldonline.org/xarbb/topic/6096
*  Epilepsy and Seizures | SpringerLink
Brumback R.A. (1996) Epilepsy and Seizures. In: Neurology and Clinical Neuroscience. Oklahoma Notes (Clinical Sciences Review ...
  https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4612-4008-2_3
*  Confused about seizures
... William Calvin wcalvin at u.washington.edu Mon Jan 16 15:58:30 EST 1995 *Previous message: Confused ... There are seizures that aren't classed with epilepsy, such as those due to metabolic problems (e.g., liver failure) or drug ... There are some such as the febrile seizures of early childhood that don't seem to repeat again (but which may have implications ...
  http://www.bio.net/bionet/mm/neur-sci/1995-January/016339.html
*  Seizures - Cedars-Sinai
Seizures usually occur due to abnormal electrical activity in the brain, and they may cause jerking movements, tingling, ... Partial (focal) seizures - involve only part of the brain. When these seizures become more frequent or disruptive, the ... Diagnosing the type of seizure is very important.. The doctor will ask you questions about your seizures to determine the type ... Children are more likely than adults to develop seizures from an unknown cause. A family history of seizures may sometimes be a ...
  https://www.cedars-sinai.edu/Patients/Health-Conditions/Seizures.aspx