Epilepsy Syndrome Seizure Ontology

Last uploaded: November 10, 2015
Preferred Name

Autonomic_Sign

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http://www.semanticweb.org/rjyy/ontologies/2015/5/ESSO#Autonomic_Sign

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Autonomic_Sign

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Luders 1998 Seizures consisting primarily of autonomic symptoms are rare. Usually, they are detected by the patient reporting symptoms secondary to the autonomic alteration, e.g., palpitations or ‘‘hot flashes.” Occasionally, they can be documented by appropriate monitoring (e.g., Holter monitor). We classify these episodes as “autonomic auras” when the patient has symptoms most probably produced by an autonomic alteration but we do not have objective proof of the autonomic disturbance. In contrast, we classify such episodes as “autonomic seizures” when we have objective proof of the autonomic alteration whether the patient is aware of the autonomic disturbance or not.

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http://www.semanticweb.org/rjyy/ontologies/2015/5/ESSO#Semiology

http://www.semanticweb.org/rjyy/ontologies/2015/5/ESSO#Luders_1998_1.3_Autonomic_Sphere

http://www.semanticweb.org/rjyy/ontologies/2015/5/ESSO#Blume_2001_II_2.2.1.8_Autonomic

http://www.semanticweb.org/rjyy/ontologies/2015/5/ESSO#Sign

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