Clinical tips: epilepsy explained

curly-haired woman wearing purple (colour of epilepsy) with purple streaked hair
Epilepsy: by Associate Professor Louis Roller, Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University Epilepsy is defined as a chronic seizure disorder, or group of disorders, characterised by seizures that usually recur unpredictably in the absence of a consistent provoking factor. Seizures are characterised by an excessive, hypersynchronous discharge of cortical neurone activity, which can

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