temporal-lobe epilepsy

[ tem-per-uhl-lohb ]
/ ˈtɛm pər əlˌloʊb /

noun Pathology.

a type of seizure disorder produced by abnormal electric discharges in the temporal lobe of the brain, characterized by the occurrence of any of a variety of auras followed by a brief loss of consciousness with accompanying repetitive, automatic movements.

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Medical definitions for temporal-lobe epilepsy

temporal lobe epilepsy

n.

psychomotor epilepsy
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