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  1. You have epilepsy . People with epilepsy have seizures. A seizure is a sudden brief change in the electrical and chemical activity in the brain. After you go home from the hospital, ...
  2. All seizures are caused by abnormal electrical disturbances in the brain. Partial (focal) seizures occur when this electrical activity ...
  3. Generalized tonic-clonic seizure is a type of seizure that involves the entire body. It is also called grand mal seizure. The terms ...
  4. An absence seizure is the term for a type of seizure involving staring spells. This type of seizure is a brief (usually less than 15 seconds) ...
  5. A seizure is the physical findings or changes in behavior that occur after an episode of abnormal electrical activity in the brain. The term "seizure" is often used interchangeably with "convulsion." During convulsions ...
  6. You have epilepsy . People with epilepsy have seizures. A seizure is a sudden brief change in the electrical activity in your brain. It leads to brief unconsciousness and uncontrollable body movements. ...
  7. Your child has had a febrile seizure . A simple febrile seizure stops by itself within a few seconds to a few minutes. It is most often followed by a ...
  8. A febrile seizure is a convulsion in a child triggered by a fever . ... F (38°C) or above may cause febrile seizures in children. A febrile seizure can be frightening ...
  9. Your child has epilepsy . People with epilepsy have seizures. A seizure is a sudden brief change in the electrical ... to find out the cause of your child's seizures.
  10. Your child has epilepsy . Children with epilepsy have seizures. A seizure is a sudden brief change in the electrical ... periods of unconsciousness and uncontrollable body movements during seizures. Children with epilepsy can have one or more ...
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