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  1. The Epilepsies and Seizures: Hope Through Research: National ...

    Even dietary changes can effectively treat certain types of epilepsy. Research on the underlying causes of the ... febrile seizuresseizures in infants ...
  2. Seizures: MedlinePlus - National Library of Medicine

    Frontal Lobe Seizures (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research) Grand Mal Seizure (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research)
  3. About Newborns and Infants | Epilepsy Foundation

    Seizures in a newborn usually subside quickly but may recur as epilepsy in later childhood or even in adulthood. A new child is a bundle of anticipation and ...
  4. Seizures in Children: Diagnosis, Causes, Signs, Treatments

    Seizures in children may pass or be part of an epileptic disorder. WebMD identifies types of seizures, their diagnosis, and the risks they pose to your child.
  5. Febrile Seizures Fact Sheet: National Institute of ...

    Febrile seizures are convulsions brought on by a fever in infants or small children. During a febrile seizure, a child often ...
  6. How Genetic Mutation Causes Epilepsy In Infants -- ScienceDaily

    New research from the Howard Florey Institute in Melbourne has shown why mutation in a single gene can cause epilepsy in infants.
  7. Types of Seizures and Seizure Symptoms - WebMD

    There are several different types of seizures, including grand mal, absence, myoclonic, clonic, tonic, and atonic seizures.
  8. New-onset afebrile seizures in infants

    To investigate the presenting characteristics of new-onset afebrile seizures in infants (age 1–24 months) and the yield of neuroimaging.
  9. Infant research febrile seizures - Epilepsy Forum

    My son, only 22 months was in ER for febrile seizures. Further test on EEG machine detected another seizure not caused by fever. On amocillian for ear
  10. Seizure | BabyCenter

    What causes seizures? Seizures occur when the nerve cells in the brain fire abnormally as a result of nerve damage, problems with the brain's chemistry, or a high fever.