Medical Dictionary


noun kind·ling \ˈkin-dliŋ\

Medical Definition of KINDLING

:  the electrophysiological changes that occur in the brain as a result of repeated intermittent exposure to a subthreshold electrical or chemical stimulus (as one causing seizures) so that there develops a usually permanent decrease in the threshold of excitability
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