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Topic: Seizure
Subject: Medicine
A 32-year-old female experiences an episode of unresponsiveness associated with jerking movements of her arms and legs. Which one of the following presentations would make a diagnosis of true seizure more likely?

A. Post-event confusion

B. Eye closure during the event

C. A history of fibromyalgia

D. A history of chronic back pain

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