Epilepsy in infancy: relating phenotype to genotype
4 weeks – 12 months
Newly diagnosed epilepsy, history of ≥2 unprovoked seizures (except febrile seizures ≥15 minutes duration)
Seizure onset in first 4 weeks of life but continuing beyond this age
Seizures provoked by acute conditions, such as fever (febrile seizures <15 minutes), infections, trauma, electrolyte disturbances, transient metabolic/endocrine disorders and neonates with seizures that do not recur after 28 days of age.