Diseases of Nervous system. Epilepsy. Definition A condition characterized by recurrent seizures (two or more) result from an abnormal and excessive neuronal discharge. epileptic seizures are a sign of cerebral dysfunction. Characteristics.
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The abnormal impulses originate from a specific area
of the cerebral cortex and do not spread.
The abnormal impulses originate from the cerebral cortex and spread
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