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Atypical Absence Seizures : The person will stare (as they would in any absence seizure) but often is somewhat responsive.
Eye blinking or slight jerking movements of the lips may occur...
Complex Partial Seizures : These seizures usually start in a small area of the temporal lobe or frontal lobe of the brain.
"Atonic" (a-TON-ik) means "without tone," so in an atonic seizure, an epileptic seizure characterized by sudden loss of muscle tone; may cause the head to drop suddenly, objects to fall from the hands, or the legs to lose strength, with falling and potential injury; usually not associated with loss of consciousness. The eyelids may droop, the head may nod, and the person may drop things and often falls to the ground.
Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy : People with JME have myoclonic seizures (quick little jerks of the arms, shoulder, or occasionally the legs), usually in the early morning, soon after awakening.
The myoclonic jerks sometimes are followed by a tonic-clonic seizure. Juvenile Absence Epilepsy : All children with juvenile absence epilepsy (JAE) have absence seizures but usually they are limited to a few episodes per day.
Childhood Absence Epilepsy : The seizures of childhood absence epilepsy (CAE) are usually staring spells during which the child is not aware or responsive...
Clonic Seizures : Clonic seizures consist of rhythmic jerking movements of the arms and legs, sometimes on both sides of the body...
Febrile Seizures : Children aged 3 months to 5 years may have tonic-clonic seizures when they have a high fever.