A grand mal
seizure causes a loss of consciousness and violent muscle contractions and results from abnormal electrical activity throughout the brain.
Speaking at the Women's Brain Health Initiative panel on Wednesday (18.10.17) night in Beverly Hills, California, she said: "I had this major grand mal
seizure and they took me to the hospital in Cannes and then brought me back to the boat.
They're talking about kids who have grand mal
seizures, and they've discovered that marijuana eases that down to where these children can have a life.
The 46-year-old suffered the tonicclonic seizure - once known as a "grand mal
The 46-year-old suffered the tonic-clonic seizure - once known as a "grand mal
Which widespread medical disorder includes grand mal
and petit mal forms?
When compared to sodium valproate, the test compound has anticonvulsant activity which is closer to sodium valproate; hence, it may be useful in both partial and generalized tonic-clonic (grand mal
) and absence (petit mal) seizures.
Hyponatremia, grand mal
seizure, and increased serum creatine are not common side effects of alprazolam and hydromorphone.
The seizures may be either petit mal (absence) or grand mal
 Three patients diagnosed with migraine pain originating in the dilated terminal branches of the external carotid arteries, and who were also under treatment for grand mal
epilepsy, underwent surgical cauterisation of the relevant vessels.
Expose de cas : Un homme de 28 ans, qui a regu un diagnostic recent d'epilepsie, s'est presente a une clinique de chiropratique se plaignant d'une douleur mi-dorsale debutant apres une crise de grand mal
sans traumatisme externe associe.
In the past epilepsy specialists characterised these as 'petit mal' - a brief spell of unconsciousness, compared to the 'grand mal
' used to describe a full-blown seizure.