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Tic syndrome; Sequelae of high fever; Neurological diseases

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My brother was very young. He had a high fever not long after he was born. His family told him that he burned his nerves. He had no problem with all his intelligence. Even now he is in his twenties and has a high IQ and EQ. however, from childhood to the general assembly, he had involuntary limb convulsions, which are very short, maybe just for a moment. For example, he made a sudden stroke when writing, and the corners of his mouth sometimes rise when talking. Is this a tic? Does high fever really burn nerves? Parents have been to many hospitals with their children, but they haven't been cured. Is there a way to cure this disease now? Can neuromodulation technology use electrical stimulation or magnetic stimulation to find target areas for treatment?

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