Generalized tonic-clonic and febrile seizures.

@article{Hirtz1989GeneralizedTA,
  title={Generalized tonic-clonic and febrile seizures.},
  author={Deborah G. Hirtz},
  journal={Pediatric clinics of North America},
  year={1989},
  volume={36 2},
  pages={365-82}
}
In general, children with febrile seizures have a good prognosis, and only a small minority of children go on to become epileptic. Most outgrow the tendency to have seizures, and the seizures do not appear to cause lasting intellectual or neurologic damage. Relatively few children need be exposed to daily anticonvulsant therapy, and these would be primarily… CONTINUE READING