Results 1 - 8 of 8 for seizure
  1. A febrile seizure is a generalized tonic-clonic (grand mal) seizure that occurs in some children as a response to a fever. Febrile seizures are usually associated with rapidly rising fevers, and ...
  2. ... connect to parts of the brain involved in seizures. In many seizures disorders, electrical stimulation of the vagus nerves may ...
  3. Methamphetamine (Drug Enforcement Administration)  
    Methamphetamine/Images ... Methamphetamine ... Drug Enforcement Administration
  4. ... body is toxic and can cause brain damage, seizures and coma.
  5. ... Some of the symptoms for this disorder include seizures, hyperactivity, crossed eyes, paralysis, hearing loss, and muscular ...
  6. ... severe, including mental problems such as retardation and seizures.
  7. ... large size of the lesion (extensive involvement). Occasionally seizures or learning disorders are also associated with Sturge- ...
  8. ... the outer layers of the cerebral cortex, and seizures may also be seen.