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Epilepsy Killed Kung Fu?


Originally Posted by Guardian Unlimited :
The official cause of Lee's death was recorded in the autopsy report as cerebral oedema, or brain swelling. This was supposedly due to his hypersensitivity to a painkiller called equigesic that he had taken that day. But further research suggests the kung fu idol may have died from an epileptic condition first recognised more than 20 years after his death.

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Dr Filkins thinks the official explanation is also wrong. Drug reactions tend to involve an anaphylactic reaction in which the victim's neck swells, he told the annual meeting of the American Academy of Sciences in Seattle. Instead, he thinks Lee died of a condition called sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (Sudden Unexplained Death in Epilepsy), which was only recognised in 1995.
Epilepsy could solve mystery of kung fu legend's death
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