Translation of epilepsy in Spanish:


epilepsia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɛpəˌlɛpsi/ /ˈɛpɪlɛpsi/

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    epilepsia feminine
    • Narcolepsy has been mistaken for epilepsy, chronic fatigue syndrome, and schizophrenia.
    • Having a learning disability does not cause epilepsy and nor does epilepsy cause a learning disability.
    • Pregnancy in women with epilepsy is associated with an increased risk of fetal malformation.
    • In some illnesses, for example migraine or epilepsy, the diagnosis may be evident from the history alone.
    • No deaths were attributed directly to seizures, and sudden unexplained death in epilepsy did not occur.
    • These scans look at the way the brain works and can help to pinpoint the part of the brain that is causing epilepsy.
    • Patients with epilepsy may have prodromal symptoms of tension, anxiety, and depression.
    • These cases illustrate the scope for mistaking narcolepsy for epilepsy.
    • Pregnant women with epilepsy were recruited to the study, predominantly by community midwives.
    • The association between epilepsy and psychosis has been researched since the nineteenth century.
    • I have suffered with epilepsy all my life, and also in later life diabetes.
    • Children with epilepsy do not require much change in their activities.
    • Priests believed that an illness such as epilepsy was caused by the gods.
    • He started doing charity swims for the multiple sclerosis and epilepsy societies.
    • A post-mortem gave the cause of death as sudden death caused by epilepsy.
    • We report on 15 patients in whom benign sleep myoclonus was initially mistaken for epilepsy.
    • Thus swimming should not be discouraged in people with epilepsy or any other physical disability.
    • He had been left with a severe form of cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and cortical blindness.
    • If someone has repeated seizures, they may be diagnosed with epilepsy.
    • Doctors may have a lower risk of making, and patients may have lower risk of receiving, a misdiagnosis of epilepsy.