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Absence seizure

Absence seizures typically last only a few seconds, but can occur dozens of times a day.

Amnesia

Cerebral palsy

Childhood schizophrenia

Chronic daily headaches

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy

Coma

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease

Dementia

Dysarthria

Encephalitis

Epilepsy

Febrile seizure

Frontal lobe seizures

Grand mal seizure

Huntington's disease

Intermittent explosive disorder

Lewy body dementia

Long QT syndrome

Myoclonus

Restless legs syndrome

Rett syndrome

Temporal lobe seizure

Transient global amnesia

Tuberous sclerosis


West Nile virus

May 20, 2014