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Convulsiones febriles

La convulsión febril es el tipo más común de trastorno convulsivo de la infancia, se revisan las evidencias científicas acerca de la clínica y tratamiento actuales.
Autor/a: Sajun Chung Fuente: Korean J Pediatr 2014; 57 (9): 384-395 http://dx.doi.org/10.3345/kjp.2014.57.9.384 Febrile seizures
INDICE:  1. Desarrollo | 2. Referencias
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