Furor epilepticus

furor epilepticus fu·ror ep·i·lep·ti·cus (fyur’ôr’ ěp’ə-lěp’tĭ-kəs, fyur’ər)
The sudden unprovoked attacks of intense anger and violence to which individuals with psychomotor epilepsy are occasionally subject.


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