Fits in childhood
These are usually multifocal and at times can be difficult to differentiate from normal baby movements, especially if the baby is irritable. Careful observation usually discriminates the two as well as does the background history. An apnoeic attack can sometimes be the sole manifestaiton of a fit.
KeywordsTemporal Lobe Epilepsy Febrile Seizure Sodium Valproate Infantile Spasm Cerebral Anoxia
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