Atonic seizure

What is Atonic seizure?

A seizure characterized by sudden, brief (1–2 second) loss of muscle tone, involving postural muscles; the term usually applies to bilaterally synchronous events.

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My brother (44Y old) has been taking Tegretol since he was 10 Y old, to control Complex Partial Seizures.
For last 10+ years his dosage was...

doctor1 MD

Hi,
I am Dr.Bruno and Let me answer your query.

I understand your apprehension a new medicine may conflict with regular tegretol, which has kept...

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MY SON IS 6YRS. OLD AND HAS BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH MYOCLONIS SEIZURE AFTER HAVING A EEG. THEY PUT HIM ON DEPKOTE AND IT DIDNT SUSIDE SO WE JUST...

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Hi and thank you so much for this query.

I am so sorry to hear about what your son is experiencing. The type of seizure is often diagnosed...

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hello doctor i have a daugter aged 9years today she had a little tiff with her younger sister we called and tried to discipline her during the...

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this is a anxiety reaction common in this age though you have to consult your pediatrics.

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