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Question 1: [1] The direct cause of a febrile seizure is not known; however, it is normally precipitated by a recent upper respiratory infection or ________.
HepatitisPeritonitisInfectious diarrheaGastroenteritis

Question 2: The diagnosis is one that must be arrived at by eliminating more serious causes of seizure and fever: in particular, ________ and encephalitis must be ruled out.

Question 3: As a general rule, if the child returns to a normal state of health soon after the seizure, a nervous system ________ is unlikely.

Question 4: Some mutations that cause a ________ hyperexcitability (and could be responsible for febrile seizures) have already been discovered.
NeuronNervous systemPhotoreceptor cellGlial cell

Question 5: A febrile seizure, also known as a fever fit or febrile convulsion, is a convulsion associated with a significant rise in ________.
Operating temperatureHypothermiaNormal human body temperatureThermoregulation

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