Absence epilepsy

In 1789, Tissot described epilepsy, manifested by loss of consciousness and eye tremors, i.e. absence form. In 1815, Esquirol introduced the concept of “petit mal” to refer to any small seizures, including absans. Currently, this

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In 1789, Tissot described epilepsy, manifested by loss of consciousness and eye tremors, i.e. absence form. In 1815, Esquirol introduced the concept of “petit mal” to refer to any small seizures, including absans. Currently, this

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Pure forms of epilepsy

In recent years, epileptology scientists have been arguing about whether there are “pure” forms of epilepsy: only genetically predetermined or only due to some organic defect. It is generally recognized that during idiopathic epilepsy there

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In recent years, epileptology scientists have been arguing about whether there are “pure” forms of epilepsy: only genetically predetermined or only due to some organic defect. It is generally recognized that during idiopathic epilepsy there

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Tsentsentsefalicheskaya system

Penfield formulated the concept of the “central-encephalic system” and “central-encephalic epilepsy”: the central-encephalic system is localized in the oral regions of the brain stem, includes the ascending reticular formation of this area and is a

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Penfield formulated the concept of the “central-encephalic system” and “central-encephalic epilepsy”: the central-encephalic system is localized in the oral regions of the brain stem, includes the ascending reticular formation of this area and is a

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Glutamine Disorders

The common neurochemical mechanism of these processes is neurotransmitter and ionic disorders. One of the most important links of these disorders are disorders in the glutamine system, which occupies a key position in the metabolic

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The common neurochemical mechanism of these processes is neurotransmitter and ionic disorders. One of the most important links of these disorders are disorders in the glutamine system, which occupies a key position in the metabolic

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The degree of epilepsy of neurons

The degree of epilepsy of neurons in the focus is different. Maximum epilepticized neurons are considered as pacemakers of epileptic activity. They have the ability to give almost constant stereotypical discharges at short intervals. Other

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The degree of epilepsy of neurons in the focus is different. Maximum epilepticized neurons are considered as pacemakers of epileptic activity. They have the ability to give almost constant stereotypical discharges at short intervals. Other

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Exposure to Exogenous Factors

Epilepsy is a disease that develops on the basis of a genetically determined predisposition, for the manifestation of which, in most cases, exogenous factors determining its clinical manifestation are necessary. One of the main genetically

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Epilepsy is a disease that develops on the basis of a genetically determined predisposition, for the manifestation of which, in most cases, exogenous factors determining its clinical manifestation are necessary. One of the main genetically

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Motor phenomena

Motor phenomena observed during psychomotor attacks, manifested in the form of tonic posture or dystonic installation of limbs, as well as tonic rotation of the head and eyes. Autonomic symptoms during psychomotor attacks are diverse:

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Motor phenomena observed during psychomotor attacks, manifested in the form of tonic posture or dystonic installation of limbs, as well as tonic rotation of the head and eyes. Autonomic symptoms during psychomotor attacks are diverse:

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Complete violation of consciousness

Based on the response of the patient at the time and after the attack, a conclusion is drawn about the state of consciousness. Thus, a complete impairment of consciousness is characterized by the absence of

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Based on the response of the patient at the time and after the attack, a conclusion is drawn about the state of consciousness. Thus, a complete impairment of consciousness is characterized by the absence of

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Partial epileptic paroxysms

Partial epileptic paroxysms are attacks in which the initial clinical and EEG manifestations indicate the involvement in the epileptic process of one region of one hemisphere of the brain. Partial epileptic paroxysms are divided into

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Partial epileptic paroxysms are attacks in which the initial clinical and EEG manifestations indicate the involvement in the epileptic process of one region of one hemisphere of the brain. Partial epileptic paroxysms are divided into

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Semiology of Pristup

When treating a patient with a first seizure (seizure, paroxysm), it is first necessary to decide whether the seizure is an epileptic or non-epileptic one. Then you should find out if the seizure was spontaneous

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When treating a patient with a first seizure (seizure, paroxysm), it is first necessary to decide whether the seizure is an epileptic or non-epileptic one. Then you should find out if the seizure was spontaneous

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