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Epilepsy & Seizure Center

Seizures are sudden changes in behavior or consciousness related to abnormally high electrical activity in the brain. Recurrent seizures may indicate epilepsy. Seizure medications help restore brain electrical activity to normal levels. Generalized seizures include tonic-clonic seizures (also known as grand mal seizures). Partial seizures affect only part of the brain.

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