complex febrile convulsion

com·plex feb·rile con·vul·sion

a febrile convulsion that is prolonged (that is, longer than 15 minutes' duration) or is associated with focal neurologic deficits.
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Children with recurrent complex febrile convulsions should be considered for non-urgent neuro-imaging with MRI scan and EEG.
A child with a history of complex febrile convulsions and multiple initial seizures occurring during the same febrile episode also appear to be associated with an increased risk of recurrence.
Complex febrile convulsions are more likely to be caused by a serious condition than simple febrile convulsions.
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