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Monobrachius (Acephalus) - Oscillating Innards - Seizure Oil (CDr)

15.07.2019  15.07.2019

Download Monobrachius (Acephalus) - Oscillating Innards - Seizure Oil (CDr)
Label: Iatrogenesis Records - IR004 • Format: CDr Limited Edition • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Noise


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  • Maujora Reply
    A seizure is irregular electrical activity in the brain caused by the hyperexcitability of neurons, especially in cortical dipabsupotcuwordistmormamonbelgrent.xyzinfoxcitability, in turn, is the result of altered cellular electrochemical properties, which may be caused, for example, by electrolyte imbalances.
  • Gardataur Reply
    A motor onset seizure involves motor activity (movement) and may be due to either an increase or decrease in contraction in a muscle or group of muscles. Depending on the muscle groups involved and the way they are affected, the movement features of a motor onset seizure may be .
  • Kagakree Reply
    Fig. Coronal brain sections depicting seizure types and potential routes of seizure spread.. A, Focal area of hyperexcitability (star under electrode 3) and spread to adjacent neocortex (solid arrow under electrode 4) by the corpus callosum (dotted arrow) or other commissural pathways to the contralateral cerebral hemisphere or by subcortical pathways (e.g., thalamus, upward dashed arrows).
  • JoJoramar Reply
    • Seizures occur in approximately 1% of all children up to the age of 14 years. • Greatest in first year of life (~ cases per , population). • Thereafter, 40–50 cases per , population until puberty. • ~10 cases per , population in the early and mid teens. • ~15% of children who have epilepsy have intractable.
  • Zolonos Reply
    The International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) Diagnostic Manual's goal is to assist clinicians who look after people with epilepsy to diagnose the epilepsy syndrome and (if possible) the etiology of the epilepsy. Arriving at the correct epilepsy syndrome and/or etiology allows better decision-making about treatment and improves patient care.
  • Dorg Reply
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  • Kazralrajas Reply
    epilepsy due to focal cortical injury (focal epilep-sies) is more difficult to control and manage than idiopathic generalized epilepsy syndromes and hence predominate in the ICU setting. More than 90% of generalized tonic−clonic seizures (either primary or secondarily general-.
  • Dojas Reply
    Limb shaking is an under-recognised form of transient ischaemic attack (TIA), which can easily be confused with focal motor seizures. However, it is important to distinguish limb shaking TIAs and focal seizures, as patients with this form of TIA almost invariably have severe carotid occlusive disease and are at high risk of stroke. A patient with limb shaking TIAs is presented in whom the.

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