B1 - Quiz - What causes seizures
Created on October 16, 2023
What causes seizures
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What are "convulsions"?
What is "an affliction"?
What is the correct translation of "numerous"?
What are "underlying conditions"?
What is the verb from "blood"?
Usually the doctor will make a trepanation in the skull to ... ?
check the brain.
check the prefrontal cortex.
ease migraine pain.
To make a hole in a wall, in a tooth or even in a skull we need to ... ?
If something in "sizeable" it is ...?
A synonym for "encounter" is to ... ?
get rid of
A "sedative" substance can ... ?
put you to sleep
help with fighting cancer
poison you, it is toxic
What are "scars"?
When we "bump into a friend on a street" this means that ...?
we suddenly meet a friend who we have not seen for a long time.
we fell when we were walking with a friend and a friend has to pick us up.
we accidentaly hit a friend and she falls down on the ground.
The synonym for "things are getting out of hand" is?
things are getting out of control
things are getting out of order
things are getting into control
If somebody is "superstitious" then he/she is ...?
Is facial twitching seen as one of the possible symptoms of having a seizure?
I don't know.
What are neurons responsible for?
They are only present in the prefrontal cortex. They are more active when the body is sleeping.
Many neurons are created only in the early years in infancy. Then after the age of 5 there is no increase in brain cells.
Neurons are cells which transmit electrical signals throughout the body. They are a part of the nervous system.
How do doctors define seizures?
Doctors are not able to exaclty define what are seizures. However they know that they are caused by lack of oxygen.
Doctors define seizures as a nervous reaction of the body which is caused by high blood pressure.
Doctors define seizures as any set of symptoms resulting from excess electrical activity in the brain.
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