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Who is at risk for having an epileptic seizure?

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Dr. K.C. Brewington
Neurosurgery
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Brain injury

Anyone with an injury to the brain.
This includes traumatic injury, tumor, stroke, infection or genetic predisposition.

In brief: Brain injury

Anyone with an injury to the brain.
This includes traumatic injury, tumor, stroke, infection or genetic predisposition.
Dr. K.C. Brewington
Dr. K.C. Brewington
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Dr. William Goldie
Pediatrics - Neurology

In brief: We all are

Seizures are a reaction of brain neurons to severe toxicity or stress.
Under severe conditions anyone could have a seizure. Some are more prone due to previous injury or family tendency. Some have underlying disease that causes seizures. Some take drugs that cause seizures. Many have seizures without definite cause. Tumors and malformations of the brain often cause seizures.

In brief: We all are

Seizures are a reaction of brain neurons to severe toxicity or stress.
Under severe conditions anyone could have a seizure. Some are more prone due to previous injury or family tendency. Some have underlying disease that causes seizures. Some take drugs that cause seizures. Many have seizures without definite cause. Tumors and malformations of the brain often cause seizures.
Dr. William Goldie
Dr. William Goldie
Thank
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