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Febral Seizure

Were you looking for information about Febrile Seizures? Febral seizure is a common misspelling of febrile seizures.
 
Infants and small children may experience febrile seizures, which are convulsions brought on by a fever. These seizures generally last a minute or two and occur in children with a rectal temperature greater than 102 degrees Fahrenheit. While the majority of these seizures are harmless, it's important to use proper first aid for febrile seizures to reduce the risk of falling or choking.
 
(Click Febrile Seizures for an in-depth look at this condition. Topics discussed in this eMedTV article include the cause of the seizures, what to do if they occur, and more.)
 
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