Recent Examples of epileptic from the Web
The hospital was open to the idea, but after Charlie suffered a series of epileptic seizures, doctors changed their minds, concluding on Jan. 13 that treatment would be futile.
The home movie clips include a sequence showing an ambulance picking up an epileptic seizure victim in Dealey Plaza about six minutes before shots rang out, an event later seized upon by conspiracy theorists.
Master Deputy Jeffrey Riggs saved an unconscious motorist March 20 who blacked out from an epileptic seizure, hit a pole and drove his car into a retention pond.
DeOrsey died of an epileptic seizure two days before his 31st birthday.
Researchers analyzed data on 604 adults who had been hospitalized for an epileptic seizure, along with meteorological data — temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure — for a few days before each person’s seizure.
After vetoing the bill, Otter created a trial program involving epileptic children.
When Stephani Scruggs tried to speak at a Senate committee meeting on medical marijuana last week, her husband suffered an epileptic seizure and was taken away in a wheelchair.
July 15, 1988 At the IHOP a boy had an epileptic seizure.
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First Known Use of epileptic
EPILEPTIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of epileptic for English Language Learners
medical : having epilepsy : resulting from epilepsy
Medical Definition of epileptic
: one affected with epilepsy
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