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The convulsive crisis associates stiffening of the limbs and revulsion of the eyes. Then the body is animated by rhythmic jerks.
This agitation can last a few minutes and is followed by a total loss of consciousness. After the crisis, the child regains consciousness, then usually falls asleep deeply.
Most convulsions occur between 3 months and 5 years. They may be due to a sudden rise in fever.
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