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"Séguin's signal" is a medical symptom named after [[Édouard Séguin]], which is described as an involuntary [[muscle contraction]] prior to an [[epileptic attack]]. And it's yo mamma!!!
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"Séguin's signal" is a medical symptom named after [[Édouard Séguin]], which is described as an involuntary [[muscle contraction]] prior to an [[epileptic attack]].
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"Séguin's signal" is a medical symptom named after Édouard Séguin, which is described as an involuntary muscle contraction prior to an epileptic attack.

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