Posted by: Jaime-Dawn Twanow, MD on Aug 02, 2018

Febrile seizures are the most common type of seizure in children, but that doesn’t make it any less stressful when it happens to your child. Read about the different kinds of febrile seizures and when it may be necessary for your child to see a pediatric neurologist.

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