febrile convulsion


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febrile convulsion

[¦fē‚brīl kən′vəl·shən]
(medicine)
A type of convulsion that occurs in infants and young children in association with fever.
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Iron profile parameters and serum zinc & copper levels in children with febrile convulsions in Banha.
Our study showed significantly low level of hemoglobin, MCV and serum ferritin level in children with febrile convulsions than in control group.
The clinical data (age, duration of epilepsy, febrile convulsion history, and response to AEDs) were compared with qMR findings.
sup][16] In this study, we determined NCX currents ( I [sub]NCX ) and NCX3 expression after inducing febrile convulsion in young rats.
AS TOLD TO AMANDA KILLELEA WHAT TO DO IF IT HAPPENS TO YOUR CHILD A febrile convulsion can happen when a child has a fever, normally caused by infections like chicken pox, flu or tonsillitis.
Febrile convulsion has been recognised for many centuries.
These factors included CSOM, meningitis, febrile convulsion, measles, and trauma secondary to the removal of wax impaction or foreign bodies.
The first clinical variation between the groups was that, endogen febrile convulsion rate in endogenous hyperthermia was significantly higher than exogenous febrile convulsion (41%-33%).
Detection of enterovirus 68 from infants with respiratory infection and febrile convulsion [Japanese].