Written by Dr. Ramya Ananthakrishnan, MD  | 
Medically Reviewed by Dr. Sunil Shroff, MBBS, MS, FRCS (UK), D. Urol (Lond) on Nov 12, 2014

Latest Publications and Research on Febrile Fits / Febrile Convulsions

Pediatrics    

Thyroid Storm in a Toddler Presenting as a Febrile Seizure.

Ladd JM, Sabsabi B, von Oettingen JE

Although simple febrile seizures are relatively common and benign in toddlers, it is important to rule out any underlying critical disease that necess... Read More

Source: PubMed


Pediatrics    

Thyroid Storm in a Toddler Presenting as a Febrile Seizure.

Ladd JM, Sabsabi B, von Oettingen JE

Although simple febrile seizures are relatively common and benign in toddlers, it is important to rule out any underlying critical disease that necess... Read More

Source: PubMed

Pediatr Emerg Care  2020 Jan 22  

Out-of-Hospital Seizures in Children: A Population-Based Study.

Salmi H, Oulasvirta J, Rahiala E, Kuisma M, Lääperi M, Harve H

Seizures seem to represent a frequent cause for pediatric emergency medical (EM) and emergency room (ER) contacts, but few population-based data are a... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Neurol. Sci.    

Predictors of recurrent febrile seizures during the same febrile illness in children with febrile seizures.

Kubota J, Higurashi N, Hirano D, Isono H, Numata H, Suzuki T, Kakegawa D, Ito A, Yoshihashi M, Ito T, Hamano SI

Febrile seizures (FS) are common in childhood. Of children who experience an FS, 14-24% experience recurrence within 24 h, during the same febrile ill... Read More

Source: PubMed

Eur J Med Genet  2020 Jan 15  

A novel SPECC1L mutation causing Teebi hypertelorism syndrome: Expanding phenotypic and genetic spectrum.

Zhang T, Wu Q, Zhu L, Wu D, Yang R, Qi M, Huang X

Only eleven SPECC1L mutations have been reported worldwide which were associated with autosomal dominant oblique facial clefts, Opitz G/BBB Syndrome a... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Neuropathol. Exp. Neurol.  2020 Jan 29  

Neuropathologic Changes in Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood.

McGuone D, Leitner D, William C, Faustin A, Leelatian N, Reichard R, Shepherd TM, Snuderl M, Crandall L, Wisniewski T, Devinsky O

Sudden unexplained death in childhood (SUDC) affects children >1-year-old whose cause of death remains unexplained following comprehensive case invest... Read More

Source: PubMed

Pediatr Emerg Care  2020 Jan 22  

Out-of-Hospital Seizures in Children: A Population-Based Study.

Salmi H, Oulasvirta J, Rahiala E, Kuisma M, Lääperi M, Harve H

Seizures seem to represent a frequent cause for pediatric emergency medical (EM) and emergency room (ER) contacts, but few population-based data are a... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Neurol. Sci.    

Predictors of recurrent febrile seizures during the same febrile illness in children with febrile seizures.

Kubota J, Higurashi N, Hirano D, Isono H, Numata H, Suzuki T, Kakegawa D, Ito A, Yoshihashi M, Ito T, Hamano SI

Febrile seizures (FS) are common in childhood. Of children who experience an FS, 14-24% experience recurrence within 24 h, during the same febrile ill... Read More

Source: PubMed

Eur J Med Genet  2020 Jan 15  

A novel SPECC1L mutation causing Teebi hypertelorism syndrome: Expanding phenotypic and genetic spectrum.

Zhang T, Wu Q, Zhu L, Wu D, Yang R, Qi M, Huang X

Only eleven SPECC1L mutations have been reported worldwide which were associated with autosomal dominant oblique facial clefts, Opitz G/BBB Syndrome a... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Neuropathol. Exp. Neurol.  2020 Jan 29  

Neuropathologic Changes in Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood.

McGuone D, Leitner D, William C, Faustin A, Leelatian N, Reichard R, Shepherd TM, Snuderl M, Crandall L, Wisniewski T, Devinsky O

Sudden unexplained death in childhood (SUDC) affects children >1-year-old whose cause of death remains unexplained following comprehensive case invest... Read More

Source: PubMed

Pediatrics    

Thyroid Storm in a Toddler Presenting as a Febrile Seizure.

Ladd JM, Sabsabi B, von Oettingen JE

Although simple febrile seizures are relatively common and benign in toddlers, it is important to rule out any underlying critical disease that necess... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Neuropathol. Exp. Neurol.  2020 Jan 29  

Neuropathologic Changes in Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood.

McGuone D, Leitner D, William C, Faustin A, Leelatian N, Reichard R, Shepherd TM, Snuderl M, Crandall L, Wisniewski T, Devinsky O

Sudden unexplained death in childhood (SUDC) affects children >1-year-old whose cause of death remains unexplained following comprehensive case invest... Read More

Source: PubMed

Pediatrics    

Thyroid Storm in a Toddler Presenting as a Febrile Seizure.

Ladd JM, Sabsabi B, von Oettingen JE

Although simple febrile seizures are relatively common and benign in toddlers, it is important to rule out any underlying critical disease that necess... Read More

Source: PubMed

Pediatr Emerg Care  2020 Jan 22  

Out-of-Hospital Seizures in Children: A Population-Based Study.

Salmi H, Oulasvirta J, Rahiala E, Kuisma M, Lääperi M, Harve H

Seizures seem to represent a frequent cause for pediatric emergency medical (EM) and emergency room (ER) contacts, but few population-based data are a... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Neurol. Sci.    

Predictors of recurrent febrile seizures during the same febrile illness in children with febrile seizures.

Kubota J, Higurashi N, Hirano D, Isono H, Numata H, Suzuki T, Kakegawa D, Ito A, Yoshihashi M, Ito T, Hamano SI

Febrile seizures (FS) are common in childhood. Of children who experience an FS, 14-24% experience recurrence within 24 h, during the same febrile ill... Read More

Source: PubMed

Eur J Med Genet  2020 Jan 15  

A novel SPECC1L mutation causing Teebi hypertelorism syndrome: Expanding phenotypic and genetic spectrum.

Zhang T, Wu Q, Zhu L, Wu D, Yang R, Qi M, Huang X

Only eleven SPECC1L mutations have been reported worldwide which were associated with autosomal dominant oblique facial clefts, Opitz G/BBB Syndrome a... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Neuropathol. Exp. Neurol.  2020 Jan 29  

Neuropathologic Changes in Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood.

McGuone D, Leitner D, William C, Faustin A, Leelatian N, Reichard R, Shepherd TM, Snuderl M, Crandall L, Wisniewski T, Devinsky O

Sudden unexplained death in childhood (SUDC) affects children >1-year-old whose cause of death remains unexplained following comprehensive case invest... Read More

Source: PubMed

Pediatr Emerg Care  2020 Jan 22  

Out-of-Hospital Seizures in Children: A Population-Based Study.

Salmi H, Oulasvirta J, Rahiala E, Kuisma M, Lääperi M, Harve H

Seizures seem to represent a frequent cause for pediatric emergency medical (EM) and emergency room (ER) contacts, but few population-based data are a... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Neurol. Sci.    

Predictors of recurrent febrile seizures during the same febrile illness in children with febrile seizures.

Kubota J, Higurashi N, Hirano D, Isono H, Numata H, Suzuki T, Kakegawa D, Ito A, Yoshihashi M, Ito T, Hamano SI

Febrile seizures (FS) are common in childhood. Of children who experience an FS, 14-24% experience recurrence within 24 h, during the same febrile ill... Read More

Source: PubMed

Eur J Med Genet  2020 Jan 15  

A novel SPECC1L mutation causing Teebi hypertelorism syndrome: Expanding phenotypic and genetic spectrum.

Zhang T, Wu Q, Zhu L, Wu D, Yang R, Qi M, Huang X

Only eleven SPECC1L mutations have been reported worldwide which were associated with autosomal dominant oblique facial clefts, Opitz G/BBB Syndrome a... Read More

Source: PubMed

Comments

Pravakakarla Thursday, September 25, 2014

My neice is 3 years old and whenever he gets a fever he has a seizure. He falls unconsious imediately. Its been twice since the last 8 months. He has been checked by every possible doctor..its really embarassing seeing a lil kid like that falling unconsious in our hands. Can u plz suggest how can dis be prevented. He is using a syrup named epitom now

sherlee Saturday, February 11, 2012

iam 17 years old when i get up early in the morning and go to sleep late at night i feel like fits and i'm suddenly unconscious after that i feel giddiness what is it ? is it a fits or hysteria

ennairam_23 Saturday, May 28, 2011

Febrile fits are scary.

achuadi Thursday, November 12, 2009

I am 13 YEARS OLD HAVING HEADACHE SINCE 2 YEARS. I GET CHECKED my EYES- THEREIS NO PROBLEM AND HEAD XRAY ALSO HAS BEEN TAKEN ENT SEPECIALIST SAYS THERE IS NO PROBLEM IN me. BUT my PROBLEM IS NOT SOLVED. IS THIS BEGINING STAGE OF FITS Iam WORRIED VERY MUCH AS Iam FACING 10TH CLASS EXAMS IN THE COMMING YEAR.PLEASE HELP ME OUT IN THIS REGARD


REGARDS
Archana N Koushik

vjay10 Wednesday, September 2, 2009

i have getting fits in sleep..from 15 years iam using somany types of tabs and also in xray,scanning ecg ...there is no reult...please give me solution..only in night sleeping time only...after getting fits morning time i will get headeach ful...my fits time is just 2 or 3 minutes only....give me solution please...iam a villager student now ihave 22 years.this problem iam suffering from when iam studying 5thclass....this is my problem.....B.vijaykumar(mca)

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