Ewa Dilling-Ostrowska

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Epilepsy may be the earliest and the sole clinical manifestation of brain tumours. Different studies present epileptic seizures as the first symptom of a brain tumours in adults in approximately 30-40% of cases and in children from 1-10%. In order to evaluate the incidence of epileptic seizures in children versus adults with brain tumors, we investigated(More)
We investigated 100 children with migraine admitted to the Developmental Neurology Department, Medical University of Gdańsk between 1988-1997. The diagnosis was made on IHS Criteria (1988). There were 53 children with migraine with aura and 47--without aura. The children were divided into three groups according to the onset of migraine attacks (3-16 years(More)
During a period of 30 years 21 children with sciatic pains were treated at the Developmental Age Neurology, Medical Academy in Gdańsk. The aetiological factors and clinical manifestations were analysed. Nucleus pulposus prolapse was diagnosed in 5 children, in 9 cases neoplasms were found (in 3 cases malignant tumours of the sacral bone, intraspinal tumours(More)
The authors report a case of facial hemispasm in a 7 years old child observed for several years. Spasms appeared at the age of 13 months. Based on the observations and results of clinical investigations the authors come to conclusion that facial hemispasm in this case was probably due to irritation of the facial nerve coexisting with epileptic seizures.(More)
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