Day 21: Do You Know What They Are?

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  1. Scotosensitive
  2. Fixation Off
  3. Musicogenic
  4. Primary Reading
  5. Infantile Spasms
  6. Febrile
  7. Frontopolar
  8. Drop
  9. Gelastic
  10. Cingulate Gyrus
  11. Motor
  12. Multifocal
  13. Psychogenic
  14. Absence
  15. Nocturnal Frontal
  16. Post Traumatic
  17. Complex Partial
  18. Operculum
  19. Atonic
  20. Akinetic
  21. Generalized Onset
  22. Tonic
  23. Massive Bilateral Myoclonus
  24. Neonatal
  25. Psychogenic
  26. Primary Motor Cortex
  27. Focal
  28. Medial Frontal
  29. Jacksonian March
  30. Emotional
  31. Autonomic
  32. Myoclonic
  33. Atypical Absence
  34. Tonic Clonic
  35. Simple Partial
  36. Sensory
  37. Visual Reflex
  38. Partial Onset
  39. Withdrawal
  40. Sylvan
  41. Orbifrontal
  42. Clonic
  43. Dorsolateral Cortex
  44. Subtle
  45. Psychomotor
  46. Secondarily Generalized
  47. Nocturnal
  48. Benign Neonatal
  49. Supplementary Motor Area
  50. Nonlocalized Frontal

Many of you I’m sure realized what the list was.  If you made it through to read this, this is just a small percentage of the known seizure types.  Scary, huh?

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