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BACKGROUND Influenza virus-associated neurological complications are rare, though well-documented, especially in children. Encephalopathy and seizures are the most common complications and are typically associated with influenza A infection. Cerebellar mutism has been rarely reported in association with influenza B infection. PATIENT We describe a(More)
A 3-month-old white male with linear nevus sebaceous syndrome (LNSS), facial deformities, brain malformations, and cortical blindness is presented. Facial deformities included left ear hypertrophy and a left-sided hamartomatous neck mass. Magnetic resonance imaging suggested that a central nervous system (CNS) abnormality, involving gray and white matter,(More)
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