Infantile spasms: A seizure disorder of infancy and early childhood with the onset predominantly in the first year of life of myoclonic seizures, hypsarrhythmia (abnormal, chaotic electroencephalogram), and mental retardation. The spasms are sudden, brief contractions of one or more muscle groups, and may be followed by a longer (less than 10 secon
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infantile massive spasms a syndrome of severe myoclonus appearing in the first 18 months of life, and associated with general cerebral deterioration; it is marked by severe flexion spasms of the head, neck, and trunk and extension of the arms and legs. Called also jackknife seizures.
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An uncommon and severe disorder of infants in which epileptic seizures are present. Infants are usually affected during the first 3-5 months of life and the condition is caused by dysfunction in the brain that develops before birth, during birth or after birth. Synonym(s): West Syndrome
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