convulsion


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Synonyms for convulsion

Synonyms for convulsion

the condition of being physically agitated

a momentous or sweeping change

a condition of anguished struggle and disorder

Synonyms for convulsion

a sudden uncontrollable attack

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violent uncontrollable contractions of muscles

a physical disturbance such as an earthquake or upheaval

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Electroencephalography and convulsion behavior scores were recorded.
Case-control study of the relationship between anemia and febrile convulsion in children between 9 months and 5 years of age.
Consult your doctor immediately as soon as the convulsion has passed.
Simple convulsion usually takes less than 10-15 minutes, generalized tonic colonic, tonic, colonic or atonic.
Injuries after an epileptic convulsion have been seen commonly such as burns, head injury and dislocation of the extremities.
Pregabalin, trademark Lyrica, is an anti-epilepsy and anti-convulsion drug that is used for controlling convulsion and the treatment of fibromyalgia (muscular pain and toughness).
Symptoms include high fever, convulsion and frigidity around the neck area.
frutescens (MEIF) using MES-, PTZ-, and INHinduced convulsion models in rats.
KEY WORDS: Febrile Seizure Convulsion Serum zinc level Epilepsy.
Objective: Although the mechanism of febrile convulsion is not yet clear, some changes in the level of trace elements such as zinc have been suggested to be responsible for the pathogenesis.
It is important to differentiate a febrile convulsion from acute symptomatic seizures secondary to central nervous system infection or seizures triggered by fever in children with epilepsy.
An animal owner presented his nine month pregnant adult buffalo showing history of anorexia, transient convulsion, salivation and in recumbency from last few hours.
A seizure, also called a convulsion or fit, consists of involuntary contractions of many of the muscles in the body.
Seizures were induced in mice with PTZ (60 mg/kg, ip) or PIC (8 mg/kg, ip) and the animals were observed for convulsion for a period of 15 or 20 min, respectively.
NEW SHOCK TREATMENT--Neither electric stimulation nor convulsion may be necessary components in the electroshock treatment of certain types of mental illness.