Mehdi Gaha

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Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis is an acute immunomediated demyelinating disorder of the central nervous system, usually encountered in children or adolescents and characterized by multifocal neurologic deficits of rapid onset. It is often preceded by various infectious diseases or vaccination, but acute disseminated encephalomyelitis developing after(More)
BACKGROUND Integrated actions against selected risk factors (i.e. smoking, physical inactivity, and unhealthy diet) can lead to the reduction of major chronic diseases. OBJECTIVE To implement and evaluate a school-based intervention program to prevent cardiovascular risk factors among children. MATERIALS AND METHODS DESIGN Pre- test post-test quasi(More)
INTRODUCTION DRESS (drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms) syndrome is a severe adverse drug-induced reaction. It manifests with pyrexia, eosinophilia, and lymphadenopathy, with multiple organ involvement, mainly the skin, liver, and kidneys. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate that DRESS syndrome can be associated with cerebral(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Angiographic results are commonly used as surrogate markers of the success of intra-arterial therapies for acute stroke. Inter- and intraobserver agreement in judging angiographic results remain poorly characterized. Our goal was to assess 2 commonly used revascularization scales. MATERIALS AND METHODS A portfolio of 148 pre- and(More)
Oligodendrogliomas are the tumors of normal glial cells of brain called oligodendrocytes. They represent a small proportion of childhood brain tumors and are infrequently encountered in the posterior fossa. CT scan and MRI are very helpful for the preoperative management of oligodendrogliomas. However, due to the rarity and non-specific(More)
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