epileptiform ep·i·lep·ti·form (ěp'ə-lěp'tə-fôrm')
Her education and work, or rather method of work, had wrought out for her anemia and epileptiform attacks.
Now tell me about Sir Dioscorides Nayler and the epileptiform disorders.
The patient is now peculiarly liable to what are called congestive seizures or epileptiform attacks.
The epileptiform habit is but rarely transmitted to progeny.
Schupfer has recorded cases of family myoclonus with epileptiform attacks.
These epileptiform seizures seem to have continued more or less for twelve days, and then ceased.
The pupils were contracted, and there were epileptiform convulsions, succeeded by stertorous breathing.
Nervous phenomena, epileptiform convulsions, and more frequently colic, also showed themselves.
We were under the impression that such an attack is usually known as an epileptiform convulsion.