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EPILEPSY D. C. MIKULECKY PROFESSOR OF PHYSIOLOGY
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INTRODUCTION PERIODIC AND UNPREDICTABLE SEIZURES CAUSED BY THE RHYTHMIC FIRING OF LARGE GROUPS OF NEURONS MAY RANGE FROM MILD TWITCHING TO LOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS AND UNCONTROLLABLE CONVULSIONS
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SOME FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO WERE AFFLICTED ALEXANDER THE GREAT JULIUS CAESAR NAPOLEON DOSTOEVSKY VAN GOGH
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CAUSES OF EPILEPSY ACUTE CONGENITAL
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CAUSES OF ACUTE EPILEPSY CORTICAL DAMAGE TRAUMA STROKE NEOPLASM AUTOIMMUNE EFFECTS (RASMUSSEN’S ENCEPHALITIS)
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CAUSES OF CONGENITAL EPILEPSY DYSGENESIS (FAILURE OF CORTEX TO GROW PROPERLY) VASCULAR MALFORMATIONS AT LEAST EIGHT SINGLE LOCUS GENETIC DEFECTS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH EPILEPSY. MOST FORMS INVOLVE INHERITING MORE THAN ONE LOCUS. (EXAMPLES: JUVENILE MYOCLONIC, PETIT MAL)
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EPILEPTIC SEIZURE FOCI MOTOR CORTEX: CAUSE MOVEMENTS ON CONTRALATERAL SIDE ACCORDING TO THE SOMATOTOPIC LOCATION OF THE SEIZURE FOCUS. SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX: CAUSE AN
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This note was uploaded on 12/24/2011 for the course STEP 1 taught by Professor Dr.aslam during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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