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Paroxysmal disorders


(attacks) more often develop with brain contusions and open head injuries. Seizures with loss of consciousness and convulsions, of varying severity and duration (from a few seconds to 3 minutes) prevail. There are also symptoms of "already seen" (when hit in an unfamiliar place it seems that there was already, everything is familiar) and vice versa, "never seen" (in a well-known place the patient feels like in a completely unfamiliar, unseen before). The clinical picture of paroxysms depends on the localization of the source of damage to the brain and its size.