Epilepsy

Definition of Epilepsy

Ep´i`lep`sy
n.1.(Med.) The "falling sickness," so called because the patient falls suddenly to the ground; a disease characterized by paroxysms (or fits) occurring at interval and attended by sudden loss of consciousness, and convulsive motions of the muscles.

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