Epilepsy is a dysfunctional disorder of the brain characterized by recurring seizures also called convulsions.
Q: What happens in a seizure?
A: During a seizure abnormal electrical discharges occur within the brain. Not all seizures have the same intensity or involvement.
Seizures can be generalized, partial or unclassified.
- Generalized siezures affect both sides of the brain and the individual usually loses consciousness.
- Partial affect one part of the brain and the individual usually is awake.
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