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Timeframe in which risk of second seizure is highest after an unprovoked first seizure

First 2 years (21-45%)

Factors associated with increased risk of seizure recurrence after an unprovoked first seizure

Prior brain insult (Stroke or Trauma), EEG with epileptiform abnormalities, a significant brain imaging abnormality, or nocturnal seizure.

Most common cause of pustular eruption in newborns?

Erythema Toxicum Neonatorum


(incidence 40-70%)


Higher prevalence in males.


Benign self limited condition requiring no treatment