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CONVULSIVE DISORDERS SYNCOPE AND HEADACHE
DISTURBANCES OF WATER AND ELECTROLYTES
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abnormalities abscess acute adults anticonvulsant appear artery associated ataxia atrophy attacks blood bone brain stem cells cent central nervous system cerebellar cerebellum cerebral cerebrospinal fluid characteristic child childhood chronic congenital convulsions cranial nerves defect deficiency Differential Diagnosis disease disorder dose drugs early electroencephalogram epilepsy Etiology focal fourth ventricle fracture frequently glioma head injury headache hemorrhage hydrocephaly hypocalcemia increased intracranial pressure infantile infants infection intracranial pressure involvement Laboratory Examination lesions loss lumbar lumbar puncture malformation meningitis mental metabolism microcephaly motor muscle muscular myoclonus neurologic neurons neuropathy normal nystagmus occasionally occur onset optic papilledema paralysis Pathology patients peripheral phenobarbital poliomyelitis posterior present Prognosis progressive protein Radiographs rarely respiratory result retardation reveal sclerosis seen seizures sensory serum severe signs sinus skin skull spastic spinal cord subarachnoid subdural hematoma surgical sutures symptoms syndrome tendon reflexes therapy thrombosis tion tissue treatment tumor urine usually ventricle virus vomiting weakness