Definition of ictal in English:

ictal

Syllabification: ic·tal
Pronunciation: /ˈiktl
 
/

adjective

Medicine
Of or relating to a seizure.
More example sentences
  • It was considered ictal when the injection was made until the most evident clinical or EEG findings end.
  • In our patients, ictal vomiting does not lateralize temporal lobe epilepsy and is not specific to pathology.
  • A multivariate analysis upon ictal chronology and interictal spikes predicts perfusion patterns in temporal lobe epilepsy.

Origin

1950s: from ictus + -al.

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