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Febrile Seizures Are Usually Harmless And They Are Not As Dangerous As They May Look

Febrile seizure is a common event with a very few serious outcomes among the children between the age group of 6 months to 5 years.  This...

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How Do Petit Mal Seizures Affect A Child Psychologically?

Other than the biological implications of absence seizures, depending on their frequency and severity, absence seizures can have a...

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Emotional Impact Of Petit Mal Seizures On Teens

Absence seizures also formerly known as petit mal seizures are characterized by sudden blankness of the patient. This type of condition...

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Juvenile Absence Seizures

Juvenile absence seizure is very similar to childhood absence seizures, so it can be hard to tell apart the two syndromes. Juvenile...

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Petit Mal or Absence Seizure in the Classroom

Those children who are actually suffering from petit mal seizure often get blamed for lack of attention or concentration, not listening to...

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Observing and Recording Seizures in Teens

The first seizures can be a very scary time for teens and their families. People don’t know what is happening, who to see and may not even...

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Seizures and Teens | Partial Seizures

Partial seizures begin with an abnormal burst of electrical activity from a restricted brain area. Most partial seizures arise from the...

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Seizures and Teens | Primary Seizures

Idiopathic (Primary) Generalized Seizures The cause of most generalized seizures is unknown (also called idiopathic), although genetic...

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Seizures and Teens | Types of Seizures

Seizures can be broadly separated into two groups: (1) primary generalized seizures and (2) partial seizures. Primary generalized seizures...

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Seizures and Teens | Understanding Seizures

Common Imitators of Epilepsy Fainting spells or syncope Migraines Movement disorders Heart rhythm disorders Sleep disturbances Staring...

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