Case Study 3: Epilepsy & Cerebral Palsy

Epilepsy is a chronic disorder characterized by paroxysmal brain dysfunction due to excessive neuronal discharge, and usually associated with some alteration of consciousness. The clinical manifestations of the attack may vary from complex abnormalities of behaviour including generalized or focal convulsions to momentary spells of impaired consciousness. (Stedmans Medical Dictionary). WARNING: always work with a … Continue reading Case Study 3: Epilepsy & Cerebral Palsy