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Old 03-22-2014, 10:36 AM
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New Terms & Concepts for Seizures & Epilepsy


From the ILAE Commission, they have come up with a new classification of seizures:

The Epilepsy Foundation
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Experts in epilepsy have developed a new way of organizing seizures and epilepsy that reflects more recent advances in the science and understanding of the brain and seizures. These terms don’t change what occurs during a seizure, or their treatment, but offer a different way of naming seizures. Here's a few questions to help you understand the differences..........

http://www.epilepsy.com/learn/types-...s-and-epilepsy
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Thank you Cint. I really have a better language for describing my FOCAL-Abscence, sometimes secondary generalized.
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Cheers Cint- very useful.

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