- resembling epilepsy
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Examples from the Web for epileptoid
I have recently studied an epileptoid degenerate who has a sound mind, and, at least in his normal state, is quiet and gentle.
Lately Mrchen has published a case of epileptoid neurasthenic twilight state.
St. Paul, Professor James points out, "certainly had once an epileptoid, if not an epileptic seizure."Religion & Sex
Finally, among the symptoms of possible physical origin, epileptoid attacks were described in two of our cases.Benign Stupors
He rather believes that they are more closely allied to the epileptoid temperament.Studies in Forensic Psychiatry
- Resembling epilepsy or any of its symptoms.
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