Definition of Sensory epilepsy

1. Noun. Focal epilepsy initiated by somatosensory phenomena.




Medical Definition of Sensory epilepsy

1. Focal epilepsy initiated by a somatosensory phenomenon. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sensory Epilepsy

sensorless
sensors
sensory
sensory(a)
sensory activity
sensory amblyopia
sensory amusia
sensory aphasia
sensory areas
sensory ataxia
sensory cell
sensory cortex
sensory crossway
sensory decussation of medulla oblongata
sensory deprivation
sensory epilepsy (current term)
sensory faculty
sensory ganglion
sensory gating
sensory hair
sensory image
sensory memory
sensory nerve
sensory neuron
sensory neuronopathy
sensory nuclei
sensory overload
sensory overloads
sensory paralysis
sensory precipitated epilepsy

Literary usage of Sensory epilepsy

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1. The Detroit Clinic (1882)
"Applied externally, it prevents septic poisoning and keeps wounds sweet and clean. sensory epilepsy.—In the "New York Medical Journal and Obstetrical ..."

2. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1882)
"sensory epilepsy.—In the New York Medical Journal and Obstetrical Review for June, 1882, Dr. Allan McLane Hamilton presents a paper on cortical sensory ..."

3. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1890)
"... of Epilepsy," describes cases in which the signal-aura consisted simply of crude sensation, such as tingle or pain, which he calls sensory epilepsy. ..."

4. Ophthalmic review (1887)
"sensory epilepsy; a case of Basal Cerebral Tumour involving the left temporo- sphenoidal lobe and the chiasma and optic nerves, and inducing optic atrophy ..."

5. Transactions of the Association of American Physicians by Association of American Physicians (1890)
"... of Epilepsy," describes cases in which the signal-aura consisted simply of crude sensation, such as tingle or pain, which he calls sensory epilepsy. ..."

6. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by Philadelphia Neurological Society, American Neurological Association, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association (1899)
"In cases of partial sensory epilepsy loss of function of a sensory organ occasionally .takes place, and sometimes rare cases of both motor and sensory ..."

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