EEG as Prognostic Argument in First Afebril Seizures

Abdurrahim Gërguri, Arlinda Maloku, Naim Zeka, Armend Vuçitërna, Ramush Bejiqi, Ragip Retkoceri


Cerebral disorder crises are sudden disorder and transition of brain function that are characterized by the appearance of motor, sensitive, vegetative or psychological symptoms depending on the area in which are discharge and tend to repeat. Clinically manifested of focal crisis, generalized tonic, clonic, floppy, with sensibilities disorder or vegetative symptomatology such as nausea, sweating, pallor, tachycardia, salivation. (4,6,7,10). The mention groups of cerebral crisis may be manifested as single or combined. Cerebral crisis manifested as seizures for practical aim are split in 1. Provoked seizures, 2. Unprovoked seizures (6,7).

Keywords: cerebral disorder crisis, epileptic and nonepileptic crisis patient‟s history, cardio respiratory system, etc.

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