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Clinical Case Reports
Seizure-like movements after general anesthesia is not common, but it sometimes happens. However, abnormal movements following general anesthesia may be difficult to differentiate because it is difficult to find out the exact cause of these seizure-like movements. These cases can occur at any stage (during induction of anesthesia and emergence from anesthesia and early and late recovery of anesthesia). This is a rare case of seizure-like movement after tonsillectomy under general anesthesia.doi:10.37421/jccr.2020.10.1362 fatcat:ojsoahq7crd27glx55isbt7gpu