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Seizures, ataxia, developmental delay and the general paediatrician: Glucose transporter 1 deficiency syndrome
Aim  Glucose transporter 1 deficiency syndrome (GLUT1‐DS) is an important condition for the general paediatrician’s differential armamentarium. We describe a case series of eight patients in order toExpand
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Migrating Partial Seizures in Infancy: Two New Cases
Two infants presented at 3 weeks and 3 months of age with intractable partial seizures. Extensive investigations failed to identify an underlying cause. There was no response to antiepileptic drugExpand
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Pleomorphic xanthoastrocytoma: report of two cases.
Two cases of pleomorphic xanthoastrocytoma are presented to draw attention to this relatively benign variant of glioma. The circumscribed tumors, each with a cystic component, were locatedExpand
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Tolerability of topiramate in children and adolescents
Objective:  To examine the tolerability of topiramate (TPM) in paediatric practice.
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The effect of body size on the metabolic clearance of carbamazepine
To examine the profile of the known pathways of carbamazepine (CBZ) metabolism in a group of children and adolescents, and to test for associations with physical measurements, age and plasma hormonalExpand
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Untreated recurrent acute necrotising encephalopathy associated with RANBP2 mutation, and normal outcome in a Caucasian boy
Acute necrotising encephalopathy (ANE) is a rare encephalitis-like syndrome usually reported in East Asia. This clinical syndrome tends to be triggered by viral febrile illness with rapidExpand
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Myoclonic encephalopathy of infancy: A 10 year review
Myoclonic encephalopathy of infancy (MEI) is a unique cause of acute ataxia in infants and is a rare presentation of neuroblastoma. Five cases presenting to a tertiary referral children's hospitalExpand
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Melioidosis with multiple cerebral abscesses.
Melioidosis from Pseudomonas pseudomallei is common in endemic areas (particularly southeast Asia) and is being recognized with increasing frequency in developed countries. Central nervous systemExpand
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Case Report: MRI in Posthypoxic Parkinsonism
Parkinsonism, either due to idiopathic Parkinson’s disease or secondary to metabolic, endocrine, or degenerative diseases, vascular lesions, encephalitis, drug toxicity, or neurotoxic poisons, isExpand
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Chronic diaphragmatic pacing in a quadriplegic boy
Diaphragmatic pacing is a method of long‐term artificial ventilation that is preferable to other forms of ventilation in suitable patients. Its use is described in a 14 year old quadriplegic boy whoExpand
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