Epilepsy In Medicine

 Epilepsy is a collection of neurological disorders considered by recurring epileptic seizures. Epileptic seizures are incidents that can differ from short-lived and closely untraceable eras to long ages of energetic shaking. These incidents can consequence in bodily injuries, counting infrequently broken bones. In epilepsy, seizures have a tendency to persist and, as a rule, have no instant underlying reason. Isolated seizures that are motivated by a exact reason such as poisoning are not thought to signify epilepsy.  People with epilepsy may be preserved otherwise in numerous parts of the world and experience varying degrees of social stigma due to their condition. The underlying mechanism of epileptic seizures is extreme and irregular neuronal action in the cortex of the brain. The reason this occurs in most cases of epilepsy is unknown. Some cases occur as the result of brain injury, stroke, brain tumors, infections of the brain, or birth defects through a process known as epileptogenesis. Known genetic mutations are directly linked to a small proportion of cases.  

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