3 edition of Epilepsy Fact Book8bA Complete Guide to the Most Misunderstood Physical Disorder found in the catalog.
Epilepsy Fact Book8bA Complete Guide to the Most Misunderstood Physical Disorder
Harry and Minters Frances C. Sands
Index and Bibliography.
|Statement||Harry Sands and Frances C.Minters.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||116p. : Pbk.|
|Number of Pages||116|
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Most patients only need one book, because most patients have only one problem. But the set is ideal for professionals, and some keen patients do want all of them, for the education, and for lending to friends and family.
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It categorieses epilepsy /seizures in the same 2 ways current medicine does today. 1 being Tonic, physiological, 2 being Focal see hear touch taste smell something that isn't there.
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