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Is an adjunctive treatment for epilepsy. An incision is made in the left side of the neck to expose the left vagal nerve. The VNS electrodes are wrapped around the nerve. A second incision is made in the chest wall, allowing the generator to be placed.
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Childhood epilepsy is a brain disorder that causes an infant or a child to have repeated seizures over time. Seizures, also known as convulsions, are episodes in which brain activity is disturbed, causing changes in attention or behavior.
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