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Is it possible to cause a person without epilepsy to have a seizure by flashing strobe lights at him?
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Dr. Colton Bradshaw
Pediatrics
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In brief: Highly unlikely!
If a person is provoked into a seizure with flashing strobe lights then there should be something amiss neurologically.
That person should be evaluated for a probable hidden, previously unknown form of epilepsy.

In brief: Highly unlikely!
If a person is provoked into a seizure with flashing strobe lights then there should be something amiss neurologically.
That person should be evaluated for a probable hidden, previously unknown form of epilepsy.
Dr. Colton Bradshaw
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