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How Different is AMAN from AIDP in Childhood GBS? A Prospective Study from North India
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Children with AMAN appear to have a more severe clinical course; higher short-term morbidity; and slower recovery than those with AIDP. Expand
Response to Carbamazepine in KCNQ2 Related Early Infantile Epileptic Encephalopathy
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KCNQ2 encephalopathy is a spectrum of the neonatal-onset benign epileptic syndromes, characterized by; multiple seizures starting from first week of life; developmental delay ranging from mild to severe; and grossly abnormal EEG including burst attenuation pattern or multifocal epileptiform discharge. Expand
Topiramate Therapy in Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood
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The experience with the use of topiramate in the management of an another genetically confirmed child with the same disorder is shared to highlight the promising role of topIRamate in Alternating hemiplegia of childhood. Expand
Post-Herpetic Autoimmune Encephalitis
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This case highlights the importance of recognizing postherpetic autoimmune encephalitis in children as the treatment is entirely different and needs to be initiated early for improved neurological outcome. Expand
Plant Oil Inhalation Induced Seizures: A Less Known Entity
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It is pertinent to elicit a history of essential oil exposure via steam inhalation in children presenting with the first episode of seizure following a trivial viral prodrome to avert the wrongful diagnosis of “Idiopathic epilepsy” or “Febrile seizures” and create awareness among healthcare professionals on the risks involved in the exposure. Expand
Novel TTN Mutation Causing Congenital Myopathy.
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The role of targeted gene sequencing as a practicable option in congenital myopathy not only for early diagnosis but also for prenatal detection is highlighted. Expand
Subacute Myelopathy: Think Beyond Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder
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A 4-year-old boy presented with a 3-week history of rapidly progressive weakness involving the lower limbs followed by upper limbs and bilateral painless visual loss, preceded by a self-limiting febrile illness. Expand
Evaluation of Optic Nerve Sheath Diameter and Transcranial Doppler As Noninvasive Tools to Detect Raised Intracranial Pressure in Children
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To compare the diagnostic accuracy of the ultrasonography-guided optic nerve sheath diameter with transcranial Doppler-guided middle cerebral artery flow indices against the gold standard invasive intraparenchymal intracranial pressure values in children, a single-center prospective cohort study in North India was conducted. Expand
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