seizure

  1. a sudden occurrence (or recurrence) of a disease
  2. the act of forcibly dispossessing an owner of property
  3. the act of taking of a person by force
  4. the taking possession of something by legal process

Seizure

Sudden onset of a convulsion.
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seizure

[n] - a sudden occurrence (or recurrence) of a disease 2. [n] - the taking possession of something by legal process
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seizure

A seizure is a fit or convulsion brought on by involuntary, uncontrolled electrical currents in the brain. A seizure can result from a high fever or may be a sign of other conditions such as epilepsy.
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Seizure

Seizures occur when part(s) of the brain receives a burst of abnormal electrical signals that temporarily interrupts normal electrical brain function.
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Seizure

A sudden spell of abnormal nervous activity in the brain, such as those that occur in epilepsy.
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Seizure

Sudden change in behavior due to an excessive electrical activity in the brain.
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Seizure

sudden uncontrolled waves of electrical activity in the brain, causing involuntary movement or loss of consciousness
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Seizure

Our Seizure Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Seizure Seizure: Uncontrolled electrical activity in the brain, which may produce a physical convulsion, minor physical signs, thought disturbances, or a combination of symptoms. The type of symptoms and seizures depend on where the abnormal electrical activity...
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Seizure

Sei'zure noun 1. The act of seizing, or the state of being seized; sudden and violent grasp or gripe; a taking into possession; as, the seizure of a thief, a property, a throne, etc. 2. Retention within one's grasp or power; hold; possession; ownership. « Make o'er thy ho...
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seizure

<clinical sign, neurology> A sudden attack or convulsion due to involuntary electrical activity in the brain. It is due to an uncontrolled burst of electrical activity in the brain that can result in a wide variety of clinical manifestations such as: muscle twitches, staring, tongue biting, urination, loss of consciousness and total body shak...
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seizure

noun the taking possession of something by legal process
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seizure

(se┬┤zhәr) the sudden attack or recurrence of a disease. a single episode of epilepsy; often a seizure is named for the kind of epilepsy it represents. Called also convulsion. For patient care of the person having a seizure, see epilepsy.
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Seizure

• (n.) That which is seized, or taken possession of; a thing laid hold of, or possessed. • The act of seizing, or the state of being seized; sudden and violent grasp or gripe; a taking into possession; as, the seizure of a thief, a property, a throne, etc. • (n.) Retention within one`s grasp or power; hold; possession; ownership.S......
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seizure

(from the article `burn`) The occurrences of post-burn seizures is a complication unique to children. These seizures may result from electrolyte imbalances, abnormally low ... ...analysis of some inherited epilepsies has shown that recurrent seizures may be due to genetic alterations in ion channels. The treatment of ... chronic neur...
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seizure

A seizure is a sudden occurrence of abnormal, uncontrolled electrical activity in the brain. There are many causes of seizures and they can cause various sensory disturbances, loss or alteration of consciousness, convulsions and other symptoms depending on the type and location in the brain. A condition of recurring seizures is called epilepsy. Lea...
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seizure

the act of changing the state of a traffic-carrying device or switching path from free to busy
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seizure

a successful bid
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Seizure

(n) Seizer is the taking in to custody of any document, property, articles etc., which was connected in any criminal activity, after following the legal formalities required for seizer of any item. Special sanction is required for search and seizer. So seizer without a warrant or order loose its worthiness as evidence
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seizure

n. the taking by law enforcement officers of potential evidence in a criminal case. The constitutional limitations on seizure are the same as for search. Thus, evidence seized without a search warrant or without "probable cause" to believe a crime has been committed and without time to get a search warrant, cannot be admitted in court, nor can evid...
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seizure

(Sz) Type: Term Pronunciation: sē′zhŭr Definitions: 1. An attack; the sudden onset of a disease or of certain symptoms. 2. An epileptic attack. Synonyms: convulsion2
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seizure

Convulsion; a sudden, involuntary movement of the muscles.
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SEIZURE

a burst of abnormal electrical activity in the brain.
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seizure

Another term for convulsions.
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Seizure

The taking of physical evidence or property by law enforcement officials. Siezed evidence can include taking blood for a drug test to impounding a car used in a robbery. In most cases, the police must obtain a search warrant before they can seize personal property.
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