combining form see epilept-

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • epilepti- — combining form see epilept …   Useful english dictionary

  • epileptic — EPILÉPTIC, Ă, epileptici, ce, adj., s.m şi f. 1. adj. Cu caracter de epilepsie; asemănător cu manifestările epilepsiei; năbădăios. 2. S.m şi f., adj. (Persoană) bolnavă de epilepsie. – Din fr. épileptique, lat. epilepticus. Trimis de viomih,… …   Dicționar Român

  • epilept- — or epilepti or epilepto combining form Etymology: Greek epilēpt , from epilēptos seized by epilepsy, from epilambanein epilepsy < epileptoid > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • ictal blindness and hallucinations —    The term ictal blindness is indebted to the Latin noun ictus, which means blow or thrust. In neurology the term ictus denotes a paroxysmal epileptic seizure. The term ictal blindness refers to a rare amaurotic state occurring in the context of …   Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • epilept- — combining form or epilepti or epilepto Etymology: French épilept , from Latin epilept , from Greek epilēpt , from epilēptos : epilepsy epileptoid …   Useful english dictionary

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