Partial onset seizure:
Partial seizures occur when abnormal electrical activity begins in only one part of the brain. Partial-onset seizures include: Simple partial seizures, where a person remains fully aware and does not lose consciousness. He/she may experience muscle jerking or stiffening, or sense things that are not actually present.
Primary generalized tonic -clonic seizure
Primary generalized seizures arise simultaneously in both cerebral hemispheres. They generally involve impairment of consciousness, but their manifestations can range from barely noticeable to a tonic-clonic convulsion.
Refractory epilepsy in children
It means that medicine isn’t bringing your seizures under control. You might hear the condition called by some other names, such as uncontrolled, intractable, or drug-resistant epilepsy.
Neuropathic pain in adults
Neuropathic pain is shooting or burning pain. It can go away on its own but is often chronic. Sometimes it is unrelenting and severe, and sometimes it comes and goes. It often is the result of nerve damage or a malfunctioning nervous system. The impact of nerve damage is a change in nerve function both at the site of the injury and areas around it.