Convulsions (3) - Convulsions (Vinyl)

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  1. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Related topics: Illness & disability convulsion con‧vul‧sion / kənˈvʌlʃ ə n / noun [countable] 1 MI SHAKE a shaking movement of your body that you cannot control, which happens because you are ill SYN seizure His temperature was very high and he went into convulsions. 2 [usually plural] a.
  2. ‘febrile convulsions’ ‘Most children with febrile convulsions do not develop epilepsy.’ ‘Many parents' dread of fevers has to do with the fear of fever convulsions or brain damage.’ ‘The medicines are indicated for anxiety, insomnia, convulsions, and muscle relaxation.’ ‘This can lead to fever, vomiting and convulsions (fits).’.
  3. Editor—Paul McCrory and colleagues' description of concussive convulsions as a new variety of non-epileptic seizure with good prognosis is a major contribution to the differential diagnostic field of fits, faints, and funny turns.1 It is a pity that the accompanying editorial does not do justice to this difficult subject.2 As McCrory and colleagues point out, the concussive convulsions that.
  4. Convulsions (4 Occurrences) Mark So the foul spirit, after throwing the man into convulsions, came out of him with a loud cry. (WEY NAS) Mark So they brought him to Jesus. And the spirit, when he saw Jesus, immediately threw the youth into convulsions, so that he fell on the ground and rolled about, foaming at the mouth. (WEY) Mark
  5. Seizure conditions. Causes of Convulsion. Some of the causes of Convulsion are included in the list below: Fever - such as for febrile convulsions; Febrile convulsions; Epilepsy - most common cause of seizures in adults. Breath holding - in infants Breathing difficulty. See full list of causes of Convulsion (Convulsions) Symptoms of.
  6. convulsion definition: 1. a sudden movement of the muscles in your body that you cannot control, caused by illness or. Learn more.
  7. Mar 22,  · A convulsion is an episode in which you experience rigidity and uncontrolled muscle spasms along with altered consciousness. The spasms cause jerky motions that generally last a minute or two.
  8. 78+1 sentence examples: 1. As CNS lesions were closely correlated with convulsions, anticonvulsants must be used after soman poisoning. 2. These violent convulsions originate at depths far below the realms of human observations. 3. The leader's assas.

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