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Epilepsy

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder of the CNS which gives rise to recurrent seizures, followed by episodes of unusual behaviour and, at times, loss of awareness and orientation. Seizures take place because of abnormal electric activity in the brain which clinically manifest as abnormal uncontrolled jerky movements of part or whole body followed by altered sensorium. Seizures can be fatal to file if the patient is either travelling or driving during the episode.

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Brain Hemorrhage

A brain haemorrhage is a form of stroke which occurs due to the bursting of an artery in the brain and causing localized bleeding in the adjacent tissues. This bleeding results in the destruction of https://www.webmd.com/brain/ss/slideshow-concussions-brain-injuries various cells of the brain.

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Brain clot

Blood clots are gel-like gatherings of blood usually formed in veins or arteries due to an external injury to prevent blood loss. The clotting phenomenon is quite common, but it can prove fatal if it doesn't dissolve on its own.

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