Gena Schubert

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We report a rare case of neuroblastoma with Opsoclonus Myoclonus Ataxia (OMA) and Horner’s syndrome in a previously healthy 17-month-old female who presented with titubations and a wide based gait. The patient had an initial negative workup including urine catecholamines. After further investigation, including a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of the(More)
A 3-month old healthy infant boy presented to the emergency department for evaluation of a swollen tongue (Figure). Soon after birth, his parents had noted a small mass on the undersurface of his tongue. His pediatrician recommended an outpatient ears, nose, and throat follow-up as there were no accompanying symptoms. Over the next 2 weeks, the swelling(More)
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