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 What causes convulsions in infants?

Answer It is an X-linked recessive disorder.
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What does febrile convulsions mean?

Febrile Convulsions occur when a young child's body temperature increases rapidly. The child loses consciousness, becomes stiff, and or flails the limbs.Children whose parents had Febrile Convulsio... Read More »
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Can pain cause convulsions?

On One Hand: The Two Often Go TogetherConvulsions are not painless--in fact pain is almost always present when someone is going into convulsions. Because of this, it would be very easy to imagine t... Read More »
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Do Convulsions occur with epilepsy?

During an epileptic seizure a person can have convulsions. There are different types of seizures, not all involve convulsions.
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The complication of pregnancy that is characterized by convulsions and sometimes coma is known as?

Eclampsia is a serious form of preeclampsia, is characterized by convulsions and sometimes coma Treatment for this condition is delivery of the fetus.
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