infantile convulsion

in·fan·tile con·vul·sion

any convulsion occurring in infancy (birth-2 years of age).

in·fan·tile con·vul·sion

(infăn-tīl kŏn-vŭlshŭn)
Convulsion occurring in infancy (ca. birth-2 years of age).
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By genomic sequence analysis and radiation hybrid analysis, Gu et al mapped the LGI-4 gene to chromosome 19q13.11 a chromosomal region linked to Benign Familial Infantile Convulsion (BFIC).
[13] Previous studies have shown evidence of association of LGI-4 polymorphism with Benign Familial Infantile Convulsions (BFIC) [9] and childhood absence epilepsy.
Mutations in the gene PRRT2 cause paroxysmal kinesigenic dyskinesia with infantile convulsions. Cell Rep 2012;1:2-12.
The leaves of the plant are used by the local herbalists in combination with other medicinal plants to treat various kinds of ailment including fever, infantile convulsions, typhoid, cough, worm infestation, vomiting and stomach upset (Oyemitan et al.
On a peculiar form of infantile convulsions. Lancet 1841; 1:724- 725.