Convulsive disorders, Biology

Convulsive Disorders

Definition

Convulsion is a series of forceful in voluntary contraction and relaxation of voluntary muscles due to disturbance of brain function. It is also manifested by involuntary, sensory, autonomic or psychic phenomenon and may have alterations or loss of consciousness.

Convulsions are relatively common in infancy and childhood.

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