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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benign_infantile_epilepsy

Benign infantile epilepsy (BIE), also known as benign infantile seizures (BIS), is an epilepsy syndrome of ... Affected children, who have no other health or developmental problems, develop seizures during infancy. These seizures have focal ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Infant+Shudder+Syndrome&v=BpLHNCfGzXc
Mar 22, 2013 ... My 9 month old having a brief shuddering attack. ... infant shudder syndrome. april rose. Loading... Unsubscribe from april rose? Cancel

community.babycenter.com/post/a37730581/infant_shudder_syndrome..

Its a benign condition that causes small shuddering fits, usually in the ... a infant/ toddler is overstimulated or tired...or even for no reason at all.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11118798

Shuddering attacks are recognized as an uncommon benign disorder occurring during infancy or early childhood. It is necessary to distinguish these episodes ...

pediatricinsider.wordpress.com/2012/06/29/shuddering-spells

Jun 29, 2012 ... Shuddering attacks (sometimes called “shuddering spells”) are one very specific, normal example of a weird baby movement that's normal and ...

www.neurology.org/content/26/11/1027.short

Six infants and children presenting with shuddering attacks had evidence and a ... The recognition of this syndrome should avoid unnecessary investigation and ...

www.parenting.com/article/scoop-on-scary-symptoms

What it looks like: Your infant shakes his head back and forth rapidly. What it is: Benign infant shuddering, a reflex often triggered by happiness. What to do: ...

www.healthboards.com/boards/infant-care-up-18-months-old/874838-shudder-syndrome-concerns.html

Oct 23, 2011 ... The then discharged him 3 days later saying they thought it was "Shudder Syndrome". I was able to video more of his episodes/seizures and ...

nowaystosayit.com/2014/03/28/shudder-attacks

Mar 28, 2014 ... Shudder attacks usually start in infancy and peak during a child's toddler years. They are essentially benign “seizures” — though they aren't ...