1What Is a Partial Seizure?
Seizures are simply changes in normal brain electrical activities. The nerve cells that send regular controlled signals are now stimulated and excited and sending...
Partial or focal seizures are a form of seizures characterized by involuntary changes in movement or consciousness in a small area of the brain. Unlike other types, abnormal electrical activity in partial seizures only affect a specific region instead of spreading to other parts. In some cases, this condition starts at a small point and quickly involves both brain’s sides. However, it is still categorized as a partial seizure when the electrical activity comes from a region.