Epilepsy, convulsions, seizures, and spells
The brain transmits and stores information somewhat like electrical circuitry. When abnormal electrical activity or a "short circuit" occurs in the brain "wiring," a seizure occurs.
The commonest types of fits are febrile fits. These occur in around 3% of normal children between the ages of 6 months to 6 years. They are caused by a rise in the child's temperature during an infection such as a cold or chickenpox.
Although febrile convulsions look like epileptic fits, they rarely have anything in common with this illness. Ninety-nine per cent of children who have had a febrile convulsion have no more fits after they reach school age.
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Fits: Sudden attack or seizure of muscle activity.
Flux: Dysentery. An excessive flow or discharge of fluid like hemorrhage or diarrhea.
Flux of humour: Circulation.
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There is evidence for massage's usefulness in calming anxiety and stress. Some experts believe stress can worsen bipolar disorder and the symptoms of the condition can cause a good deal of strain on their own.
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Seizures or convulsions, especially caused by epilepsy. [Heritage]
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These fits of rage-the stomping, screaming, and falling on the floor-are a normal part of childhood development. Temper tantrums often occur only with a parent. They are a way for the child to communicate his or her feelings.
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The cuff fits around your urethra (the tube that carries urine from your bladder to the outside). When it is inflated (full), the cuff closes off your urethra to stop urine flow or leakage.
The balloon is placed under your belly muscles. It holds the same liquid as the cuff.
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Impairment of brain functioning, depending on the location of the tumour.
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Seizures ("fits," convulsions) are episodes of disturbed brain function that cause changes in attention or behavior. They are caused by abnormally excited electrical signals in the brain.
A helmet fits correctly if:
It's level on your head and covers your forehead.
It does not rock back and forth.
The straps form a 'V' around your ears. Adjust the straps if they don't. You should be able to fit only one or two fingers under the chin strap.
The stapes fits into the membrane-covered oval window at the base of the cochlea. Within the bony cochlea is the cochlear duct. Alongside the cochlear duct are the vestibular duct and the tympanic duct.
No one-size-fits-all treatment is available for eating disorders. Rather, treatment is specifically tailored to each individual.
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If her FITS CONTINUE despite heavy sedation and adequate doses of magnesium sulphate, make sure the diagnosis of eclampsia is correct (see above), that her blood pressure is adequately controlled, and that she is not in pain. Try another sedative, for example paraldehyde 10 ml intramuscularly.
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If the Shoe Fits
Shoes that don't fit properly are a major cause of these common foot ailments. "Although feet continue to change with age, very few adults have their shoe size checked regularly" says Steven D.K.
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Make sure that your shoes fit properly and that they are comfortable to walk in. The last thing a diabetic wants is an injury from an ill-fitting shoe. Infections or cuts in your feet can start off a chain reaction that can have serious longterm effects.
If your child fits any of these descriptions, talk to your pediatrician. In some cases, treatment, including referral to a pediatric orthopedist, may be needed.
This disorder fits my mother so completely that it makes me physically ill. She has been this way my entire life much to our entire family's(extended family included) detriment.
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When it comes to treating end stage renal disease (ESRD), one size does not fit all. With your physician's guidance, you can choose from several types of treatment options to find the one that best suits your health and lifestyle needs.
The mouthpiece fits tightly around your mouth. Clips are put on your nose.
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~ - Sudden attack or seizure of muscle activity.
Flux - An excessive flow or discharge of fluid like hemorrhage or diarrhea. see dysentry.
Flux of humour - Circulation.
French pox - Syphilis.
Furuncle - see boil.
This hypothesis fits with the unpredictable course of post polio syndrome. Post polio syndrome progresses very slowly and there are long periods of stability.
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The chest shell fits snugly to the outside of your chest. A machine creates a vacuum between the shell and the chest wall. This causes your chest to expand, and air is sucked into your lungs. No breathing tube is used with a chest shell.
†Fifth day fits (benign neonatal seizures) are tonic-clonic seizures occurring between 4 and 6 days of age in otherwise healthy infants; one form is inherited.
‡When given in toxic doses, various drugs can cause seizures.
However, a one-size-fits-all approach does not apply for all children with ADHD. What works for one child might not work for another. One child might have side effects with a certain medication, while another child may not.
avoid clothing that ~ tightly around the abdomen
control body weight
wait about three hours after eating before going to bed or lying down
elevate the head of the bed 6-9 inches to alleviate heartburn at night.
" An intermittent fever, with cold ~ succeeded by hot. Ague fit: the paroxysm of the ague. See also malaria. Ague cake is a hardening of the spleen caused by malaria.
Bartonella infections ... endocarditis
Bartonellosis due to Bartonella quintana infection ... muscle pain, myalgia
Bartter Syndrome ... weakness, tetany
Bartter Syndrome type 4 ... reduced muscle tone, reduced reflexes, motor retardation
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Wearing excess clothing or clothing that ~ tightly won't allow your body to cool properly.
Wear light-colored clothing if you're in the sun. Dark clothing absorbs heat. Light-colored clothing can help keep you cool by reflecting the sun's rays.
Drink plenty of fluids.
Use helpful devices such as a cart to carry your grocery bags, or an enlarged handle that ~ over a knife handle so you can hold it easily. A cart will help you to walk more safely. A grab bar, which attaches to a shower, will help you to get in and out of the tub more easily.
Find a daily organizer or planner that ~ your needs. Write notes in your organizer about your appointments and other things you need to remember.
Decrease distractions. The environment can be an important part of being organized.
Select the shoe size that ~ your largest foot. Be sure that you have one-half inch of space from the end of your longest toe to the tip of the shoe and that the widest part of your foot comfortably ~ the widest part of the shoe.
Reporters often like to show how the local community ~ into a national perspective. Don't hesitate to contact ASHA or go to ASHA's Web site to learn national statistics.
Be Tough and Move On. If a reporter says "no" to a pitch, don't take it personally.
The head of the femur (the bone in the thigh) ~ in the acetabulum. The labrum deepens this cavity and effectively increases the surface (and strength) of the hip joint.
Each new set ~ tightly around the teeth and can cause new tooth pain from the pressure. With traditional braces you only have to go in to your orthodontist once a month to every 6 weeks for an adjustment.
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Cocaine . Considerable research into the effects of cocaine use in pregnancy indicates that cocaine may cause miscarriage , stillbirth , bleeding , abruptio placentae and premature birth .
As a result of meningitis some children develop long-term neurological problems, such as hearing disorders, seizures (~) or problems with eyesight. See the Health A-Z topic about meningitis for more information.
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The pattern ~ a known hereditary cancer syndrome for which genetic testing is available. Those who test positive for the mutation would need to be vigilant about prevention and screening measures.
Which option do you think best ~ our situation?
What kind of assessment will you use to determine if the treatment is effective?
How much time will pass before you will be able to assess the treatment's effectiveness?
How will you monitor for possible drug side effects?
Keep track of your exercise by making a chart or diary that ~ your needs. You may want to include what exercise you did, how long you did it, how hard you think you worked at it, and how you felt during and after the exercise.
For example, one type of device ~ into the ear canal, much like a hearing aid, and digitally replays a slightly altered version of the wearer's voice into the ear so that it sounds as if he or she is speaking in unison with another person.
Wear protective gear that ~ correctly. Be sure your hockey and football pants have hip pads. Make sure they're properly fitted to you so the pads are in the right place. Don't play without them!
Recognize when you're tired.
Modern society's image of the beautiful woman is someone who ~ a certain size, usually size 6 or smaller, someone with a certain kind of bone structure, someone with a certain kind of face. This image is glorified in many, many fashion magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Elle and Vogue.
Few African-American families in whom breast cancer ~ an autosomal dominant pattern of inheritance have been described in the literature.
After a week or two, the "cold" enters another stage with symptoms that characterize whooping cough: violent ~ of coughing and a gasp for breath in between coughs that gives rise to the characteristic "whoop.
Check how your shoe ~ in width, length, back, bottom of heel and sole. Avoid pointed-toe styles and high heels. Try to get shoes made with leather upper material and deep toe boxes. Wear new shoes for only two hours or less at a time. Don't wear the same pair everyday.
The device has three parts: a cuff that ~ around the urethra, a small balloon reservoir placed in the abdomen, and a pump placed in the scrotum. The cuff is filled with liquid that makes it fit tightly around the urethra to prevent urine from leaking.
Here comes a medication that perfectly ~ their requirement. yasmin birth control capsule is an effective contraceptive pill that helps in preventing pregnancy.
The hip prosthesis is made up of a stem that goes into the femur (thighbone), the ball (head joint) that ~ into the stem, and a cup that is inserted into the socket of the hip joint. The stem and cup are made of metal. The ball may be made of metal or ceramic.
If your pattern of symptoms ~ the description of AS, your doctor will order x-rays of the spine and pelvis. He or she will look for wear at the joint between the spine and the hip bone, and for abnormalities in the vertebrae. A simple blood test may also reveal the HLA-B27 gene.
Whooping cough - symptoms include ~ of coughing, wheezy breathing and vomiting. Symptoms may become worse and flare up at night. There is no particular treatment; children should be given small amounts of food to prevent vomiting and plenty of fresh air.
Underarm: made of plastic and ~ close to the body. The brace is virtually invisible. This is used to treat lower spine curves, as it ~ around the lower portion of the body.
Do not use a pillow - just use a firm mattress that ~ well into the cot, covered with a sheet. To cover your baby use layers of sheets and thin blankets rather than duvets, loose covers or a 'baby nest'. Do this at least until the baby is a year old.
An artificial sphincter is a patient-controlled device made of silicone rubber that has an inflatable cuff that ~ around the tube through which urine leaves the body (urethra), a balloon that regulates the pressure off the cuff, and a bulb to control inflation and deflation of the cuff.
The top of the thigh bone (femur) is shaped like a ball and ~ into a matching cup (acetabulum). Various problems can affect the baby's hip as it develops. Sometimes the hip may be dislocated (the ball does not lie safely in the socket and is displaced from it).
Seizures (also known as ~ or convulsions) are a symptom of epilepsy where as Epilepsy is a neurological disorder in which the brain is predisposed to sudden alterations in electrical activity, triggering a seizure. The occurrence of one seizure does not necessarily mean you have epilepsy.
The liner ~ inside the socket. It is usually plastic, but some surgeons are now trying other materials, like ceramic and metal. The liner allows the hip to move smoothly.
A metal or ceramic ball that will replace the round head (top) of your thigh bone.
The ball at the top of the upper arm bone ~ into the socket of the shoulder blade. This socket is shallow, which lets you move your arm in a wide range of motion. But it also means that the muscles and tendons of the rotator cuff have to work hard to hold the bones in place.
A diagnosis of JPS is assumed if a person's symptoms and family history ~ one of the three categories listed above. People who have JPS can have a blood test to look for a mutation in the BMPR1A gene or the SMAD4 gene.
A metered-dose inhaler has a pressurized canister of medication that ~ into a mouthpiece. In most instances, a dose of medication is released into your lungs by pushing the canister into the mouthpiece. Another type releases medication automatically when you inhale.
Epilepsy is the most common form of seizures, also called convulsions or ~. Epilepsy can be caused by injury to the head, neck, or spinal cord, especially before or during birth. High fevers during early childhood or infectious diseases can also cause it. Heredity can be involved.
To start, find a time that best ~ your schedule -- the time you're most likely to work out and when your energy level is highest. If you're a morning person, work out before your workday starts. For night owls, exercise can be a way to unwind in the evening.
cough gets worse and comes in severe ~
cough is dry and harsh
cough ends with a whoop sound on inspiration
child may vomit with the coughing and appear to be strangling on the vomit
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Condom A latex (rubber) device that ~ over the penis to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.
Congenital defect A birth defect.
Conization Surgical removal of a cone-shaped portion of the cervix, usually as a treatment for a precancerous condition.
It can be used without any spermicidal cream or jelly because it ~ very tightly over the cervix preventing the sperm from swimming to the egg. This tight fit might be bad for the cervix and might increase the problems with Pap smears. It is not widely used but is a good method for some women.
Avoid wearing tight fitting clothing. Clothing that ~ tightly around the abdomen will squeeze the stomach, forcing food up against the LES, and cause food to reflux into the esophagus. Clothing that can cause problems include tight-fitting belts and slenderizing undergarments.
A prism is a clear plastic sheet that ~ the lenses of your glasses. You may have a permanent prism mounted into the lens. It shifts the location of an image so that it is within your field of vision. You will be trained on how to use the prism to make up for your visual field defect.
After ~ of many coughs, someone with pertussis often needs to take deep breathes which result in a "whooping" sound. Pertussis most commonly affects infants and young children and can be fatal, especially in babies less than 1 year of age.
Congenital Cataracts-epileptic ~-mental Retardation (syndrome)
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Condom: A sheath, made of latex, lamb intestine or polyurethane, which ~ over the erect penis. When used correctly, a latex condom provides protection against HIV transmission. Condoms are also called rubbers or prophylactics. Female condoms are inserted into the vagina before sexual contact.
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Cerebral Malaria: Where there may be ~, psychosis, coma etc
Hypoglycemia: Occurs in severe malaria, pregnancy, or with quinine therapy.
Acute renal failure: Due to fall in BP or haemoglobinuria.
1. Write your body weight in the equation that ~ your activity level and gender. Then, multiply.
Moderately active male:
_____ pounds x 15 calories = _____ total calories per day.
Epilepsy, Unspecified; Epileptic Convulsions, Seizures or ~ NOS
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A silicone cup shaped like a sailor's cap that ~ securely in the vagina to cover the cervix. Used with contraceptive jelly, the FemCap is a barrier method of birth control that is reversible and available only by prescription.
Symptoms of melanoma and other skin cancers vary from person to person, but if you suspect that a spot on your skin ~ the following descriptions, talk to your doctor right away. Note that not all skin cancers and melanomas fall into these categories, so just use this list as a guideline: ...
Acetabulum: the cup-shaped socket of the hip joint. The head (upper end) of the femur (the thighbone) ~ into the acetabulum and articulates with it, forming a ball-and-socket joint. The word 'acetabulum“ in Latin means "cup."
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The ball is the end of the thigh bone (femur). This ball ~ into the bowl-shaped socket in the pelvic bone (acetabulum). Cartilage lines the socket to keep movement smooth and the joint cushioned. When the cartilage tears it is called a hip labral tear.
Too tight clothes, corsets and belts should be avoided especially after food. Clothing that ~ tightly around belly squeezes the stomach and presses against the lower esophageal sphincter.
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Removal of a punctate scale can show a protrusion that ~ into a dilated sebaceous apparatus, the "tack" sign.
Inserting a surgical plate and screws at the fracture site
Replacing the hip with a metal implant (prosthesis), which has a ball that ~ into the hip socket and an attached stem which goes into the thigh bone to hold the implant in place
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In George Eliot's novel Silas Marner, the main character Silas Marner frequently suffers from cataleptic ~ and seizures. It is not mentioned if they are caused by any of the aforementioned factors.
After the patients are off of the ventilator, they may need to temporarily wear oxygen, delivered through two-pronged plastic tubing that ~ into the nose.
In some cases, other treatments such as chest physiotherapy (CPT) or breathing treatments are indicated.
The lower back consists of the vertebrae of the spine, muscles, and ligaments. The spine contains intervertebral discs, a kind of cushion made of cartilage that ~ between two vertebrae (bone segments). Injury or disease of the muscles, ligaments, or discs of the lower back can cause back pain.
There are numerous depression treatments out there; you just have to choose the one that best ~ you. These treatments will hopefully make you enjoy life once more; and the sooner you get the therapy, the sooner you will feel better.
1. a multiaxial synovial joint in which a more or less extensive sphere on the head of one bone ~ into a rounded cavity in the other bone, as in the hip joint.
When considering an asthma specialist, you should think about which types of asthma specialists have the skills and experience that best ~ your needs, including your age, type of asthma, and medical history.
You may need to work with your doctor or counselor and try different types of treatment before finding the one that ~ best with your preferences, symptoms, and challenges.
The most common symptoms of secondary brain tumours are headaches, weakness in areas of the body, mood swings and changes in behaviour, ~ (seizures), feeling or being sick, confusion and listlessness.
When you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, you need to be very aware of not only what you eat, but also when and how much you eat. A Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) at Joslin can work with you to develop a healthy meal plan that ~ your lifestyle.
Many eye doctors need only a lighted, close-up examination of your eye to determine the size and type of punctal plug you need. In some cases, a one-size-~-all style of punctal plug may be used.
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