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Epilepsy, primary

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Description of Epilepsy, primary

Epilepsy, primary: brain disorder characterized by recurring excessive neuronal discharge, exhibited by transient episodes of motor, sensory, or psychic dysfunction, with or without unconsciousness or convulsive movements.
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