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It is particularly associated with the [[absence seizure]]s of [[petit mal]] a form of [[epilepsy]].
 
It is particularly associated with the [[absence seizure]]s of [[petit mal]] a form of [[epilepsy]].
   
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An absence is the neurological term for a brief period of loss of attentionor consciousness. It is often accompanied by amnesia, an inability to give an account of that period.

It is particularly associated with the absence seizures of petit mal a form of epilepsy.

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