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The medical records of six cases of nesidioblastosis were examined to determine the diagnostic approach, treatment, and neurologic sequelae. All six patients were male, and their ages at the onset of the disease ranged from one day to six months (mean 3.36 +/- 2.5 mo.). Initial clinical features were seizure, cyanosis, poor feeding, and apnea. Other(More)
  • Jallo Gi, Md, Epstein F Md, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Maryland Baltimore
  • 2003
he brainstem is defined as the midbrain, pons and medulla. Gliomas within the brainstem comprise 10-20% of all pediatric CNS tumors. In the United States, there are approximately 150-300 annual cases (8). Brainstem gliomas can occur at any age, although they generally present in childhood, with the mean age of diagnosis at 7 to 9 years (14, 43, 58). There(More)
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