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15 May, 10:01

A 7-year-old boy is performing poorly in school. His teacher is frustrated because he is frequently seen "staring off into space" and not paying attention. If this is a seizure, it most likely represents which type?

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  1. 15 May, 10:08
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    Absence Seizure

    Explanation:

    There are some symptoms of absence seizure.

    It causes the lapses in the awareness sometimes it appears staring off in the space. This is the generalized onset of a seizure. This is the seizure that can occur on both sides of the brain. The older term for this type of seizure is Petite mal seizure. This seizure starts abruptly and ended in just some time. This is common in specially in children. These are a very common type of seizure. The eyelids start to turn upward and the eyelids start to flutter.
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