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Diseases during Pregnancy: Epilepsy

  • V. Lanza
Conference paper

Abstract

Epilepsy is a disease presenting with different kinds of symptoms, going from the generalized seizures to an impairment of consciousness of a few seconds.

Keywords

Partial Seizure Epileptic Patient Generalize Seizure Absence Seizure Complex Partial Seizure 
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