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How common is it to have a tonic-clonic seizure with no history of epilepsy?

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Dr. Gamal Boutros
Neurology
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In brief: Seizures vs epilepsy

Tonic clonic seizures is a type of seizures, as opposed to absence or partial seizures caused by a variety of causes including drugs, medications, trauma, stroke, electrolyte disorder to have epilepsy is to have recrurrent unprovoked seizures, so we cannot compare apples and oranges.

In brief: Seizures vs epilepsy

Tonic clonic seizures is a type of seizures, as opposed to absence or partial seizures caused by a variety of causes including drugs, medications, trauma, stroke, electrolyte disorder to have epilepsy is to have recrurrent unprovoked seizures, so we cannot compare apples and oranges.
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