Febrile seizure (FS) is the most common convulsive disorder in children, and it is defined as a seizure accompanied with fever and without central nervous system infection, which occurs in infants and children of age 6 through 60 months [1]. In 50% of children, the first attack of FS occurs in the second year of life, and in 90% of children, before the age of 3 years [2]. Despite this age-dependent definition, FS may be observed in people of almost any age.

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