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‘Benign convulsions with mild gastroenteritis’—a worldwide clinical entity

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      • Uemura N.
      • Okumura A.
      • Negoro T.
      • Watanabe K.
      Clinical features of benign convulsions with mild gastroenteritis.
      ]. According to the statistics, the population of children aged 0–14 years was estimated to be 126,000 in the area that was covered by our hospitals. A population of children of less than 5 years was difficult to find, although the ages of the patients with convulsions with mild gastroenteritis (CwG) was almost always under 5 years. Although there were no age inclusion criteria in our study, we have not experienced school-aged patients with CwG.
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