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Nontraumatic Brain Hemorrhage in Children: Etiology and Presentation
The clinical and radiographic findings of 68 children and adolescents with nontraumatic intraparenchymal brain hemorrhage were analyzed retrospectively. There were 43 boys and 25 girls, and theExpand
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Stroke in children: recognition, treatment, and future directions.
Childhood stoke is increasingly recognized, but studies remain largely descriptive. Important differences from adult stroke include the following: (1) frequently delayed or missed diagnosis, (2)Expand
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Etiology of stroke in children.
Cerebrovascular disorders are more common than once suspected, and our ability to diagnose stroke in children has improved with the development of newer imaging techniques in recent years. ChildrenExpand
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Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy: Long‐Term Response to Therapy
Summary: Data from 50 patients with juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME) were analyzed retrospectively to assess the response to drug therapy–long‐term seizure control, relapse rates, and confoundingExpand
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Thrombocytopenia Secondary to High Valproate Levels in Children With Epilepsy
We reviewed the frequency of valproate-induced thrombocytopenia in children with epilepsy in our institution. Sixty-four (21%) of 306 children taking valproate developed thrombocytopenia. Thirty-twoExpand
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Pediatric Cerebrovascular Disorders
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Hemisomatic spasms in children
We report two children with hemisomatic spasms caused by neoplastic lesions in the region of the ipsilateral cerebellopontine angle. In this condition, seizure misdiagnoses are frequent and EEGs areExpand
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Chronic seizure disorders: contribution of MR imaging when CT is normal.
One hundred consecutive patients with complex partial seizures were studied by magnetic resonance (MR) imaging and computed tomography (CT). Thirty-four patients had seizures of more than 5 years'Expand
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Topical Review Article: Etiology of Stroke in Children
Cerebrovascular disorders are more common than once suspected, and our ability to diagnose stroke in children has improved with the development of newer imaging techniques in recent years. ChildrenExpand
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Metastatic-adenoid cystic carcinoma of the major salivary glands presenting as a spinal cord tumor.
An adenoid cystic carcinoma (cylindroma) of the submandibular salivary gland presented 17 years after diagnosis with a compressive syndrome of the spinal cord as well as a local recurrence. This isExpand
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