Unformatted text preview: A. May be related to brain injury B. Family tendency C. In most cases the cause is unknown IV. How it’s diagnosed A. EEG – Electroencephalogram 1. a machine that records your brainwaves through the connection of wires to your scalp V. Treatment A. medication (oral) VI. Epilepsy and me A. First occurrence age of 6 B. While having dinner my mother notice something was wrong VII. How it was detected A. I was taken to the hospital B. had an EEG C. Breathing test 1. triggers the absence seizures D. Prescribed medication VIII. Where I am at now A. Twelve years later still taking medication B. Evaluated every three months...
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- Fall '07
- Neurology, Seizure, Electroencephalography, absence seizures, A. Grand Mal, C. Petit Mal