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Sigma KEE - FocalSeizure

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(documentation FocalSeizure EnglishLanguage "Focal seizures (also called partial seizures and localized seizures) are seizures which affect initially only one hemisphere of the brain. The brain is divided into two hemispheres, each consisting of four lobes – the frontal, temporal, parietal and occipital lobes. A focal seizure is generated in and affects just one part of the brain – a whole hemisphere or part of a lobe. Symptoms will vary according to where the seizure occurs. When seizures occur in the frontal lobe the patient may experience a wave-like sensation in the head. When seizures occur in the temporal lobe, a feeling of déjà vu may be experienced. When seizures are localized to the parietal lobe, a numbness or tingling may occur. With seizures occurring in the occipital lobe, visual disturbances or hallucinations have been reported.[from Wikipedia]") Medicine.kif 1650-1663
(subclass FocalSeizure Seizure) Medicine.kif 1648-1648

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(termFormat EnglishLanguage FocalSeizure "focal seizure") Medicine.kif 1665-1665
(termFormat EnglishLanguage FocalSeizure "localized seizure") Medicine.kif 1666-1666
(termFormat EnglishLanguage FocalSeizure "partial seizure") Medicine.kif 1667-1667


        (instance ?S FocalSeizure)
        (experiencer ?S ?A))
        (WhenFn ?S)
        (attribute ?A Conscious)))
Medicine.kif 1669-1675

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