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What is Familial Febrile Convulsions?

What is Familial Febrile Convulsions?

  • Familial Febrile Convulsions: Childhood seizures associated with fevers. Certain genetic defects are linked to a predisposition for developing these types of seizures.

Familial Febrile Convulsions: Introduction

Types of Familial Febrile Convulsions:

Broader types of Familial Febrile Convulsions:

How serious is Familial Febrile Convulsions?

Prognosis of Familial Febrile Convulsions: The condition is considered benign with most cases resolving by the age of 5 years. A small number of patients will go on to develop seizures without associated fevers later in life.
Complications of Familial Febrile Convulsions: see complications of Familial Febrile Convulsions

What causes Familial Febrile Convulsions?

Causes of Familial Febrile Convulsions: see causes of Familial Febrile Convulsions

What are the symptoms of Familial Febrile Convulsions?

Symptoms of Familial Febrile Convulsions: see symptoms of Familial Febrile Convulsions

Complications of Familial Febrile Convulsions: see complications of Familial Febrile Convulsions

Onset of Familial Febrile Convulsions: Usually 3 months to 5 years of age

Familial Febrile Convulsions: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Familial Febrile Convulsions.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Familial Febrile Convulsions.

How is it treated?

Treatments for Familial Febrile Convulsions: see treatments for Familial Febrile Convulsions

Name and Aliases of Familial Febrile Convulsions

Main name of condition: Familial Febrile Convulsions

Other names or spellings for Familial Febrile Convulsions:

Febrile Convulsions, Familial, Convulsions, Familial Febrile

 

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