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Partial (Focal) Seizures

Partial (focal) seizures refer to seizures beginning in one area of the brain. By observing which area of the body is affected by the seizure, physicians can identify where in the brain the seizure occurred. 

Partial seizures are further categorized as either:

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For more information about partial (focal) seizures or to meet with our doctors, request an appointment at the Epilepsy Center.

 

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