Convulsions

Strong and involuntary contraction of the muscles.
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Convulsions

Also known as seizures, fits or attacks. May be a side effect of medications or drugs.
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Convulsions

violent, involuntary muscular contractions of the extremities, trunk, and head. An involuntary contraction of the fibres of the muscles, whereby the body and limbs are preternaturally distorted. See also epilepsy
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convulsions

Seizures manifested by discontinuous involuntary skeletal muscular contractions, either brief contractions repeated at short intervals or longer ones interrupted by intervals of muscular relaxation. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Convulsions

Convulsions are involuntary contractions of muscles which are usually under conscious control.
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CONVULSIONS

Seizures.
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Convulsions

Severe contortion of the body caused by violent, involuntary muscular contractions of the extremities, trunk, and head. See epilepsy.
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Convulsions

Severe contortion of the body caused by violent, involuntary muscular contractions of the extremities, trunk, and head.
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Convulsions

Severe contortion of the body caused by violent, involuntary muscular contractions of the extremitie
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Convulsions

Severe contortion of the body caused by violent, involuntary muscular contractions of the extremitie
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22412

Convulsions

Severe contortion of the body caused by violent, involuntary muscular contractions of the extremitie
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22412
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