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People cried that new sorts of light would give them migraine and epileptic fits.
He was subject to bouts of melancholy and what were probably epileptic fits early in life.
Her work involved testing memory and brain function in epileptic patients who had had partial lobotomies.
The results supported their hopes: it seemed that using electricity was an effective way to produce an epileptic fit.
He is seriously injured, and eventually becomes epileptic.
They also yelled at old people, one of them had an epileptic seizure.
After all, epileptic bursts of electricity in the brain alone can trigger everything from desire to ecstasy.
The procedure was meant to stop his epileptic seizures.
You'll give someone an epileptic fit if you keep this up.
He does this to pin down the source of debilitating seizures in the brains of epileptic patients.
Epileptic seizures are caused by abnormal electrical discharges that in some people spread from one hemisphere to the other.
When people lose consciousness from epileptic seizures, for instance, their brain waves become more synchronized.
Epileptic chimps are treated with the same drugs that humans receive, but success rates vary.
Epileptic seizures can often be controlled using a single-drug regimen.
Alex was born with a left hemisphere so malformed that he suffered from constant epileptic seizures.
They may also be caused by epileptic convulsions, or anything else that increases the pressure inside the abdomen.
Only a forest dwelling witch knows his transformation is caused by epileptic seizures.

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