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He had a seizure in the form of flexor spasm during the examination and was hospitalized with a prediagnosis of West syndrome.
A 7 and half month old baby, first born to non-consanguinous marriage presented with global developmental delay, flexor spasm, and significant perinatal insult in the form of moderate birth asphyxia with neonatal sepsis required 30 days of hospital stay at birth.
Because spasms may vary from child to child it is important to not only observe these when the child is lying down but also being held in a sitting position, which sometimes brings out the full flexor spasm with less movement being noted when the child is supine.