Absence seizures

An absence attack is characterized by abrupt cessation of ongoing activity, a vacant stare, and a period of unresponsiveness lasting from a few seconds to half a minute. The absence may be accompanied by brief clonic movements, especially of the eyelids, a reduction in tone causing the body to slump, or automatic movements. Absence seizures occur more commonly during childhood. The absence must be distinguished from the complex partial seizure, which it may resemble. Absence status is not uncommon in childhood and may be mistaken for inattention.

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