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Spectrum of migraine variants and beyond: The individual syndromes in children
"Migraine-related conditions" are probably the second most common condition after seizure encountered in pediatric neurology requiring frequent Emergency Department visits. Among migraines,Expand
CNS Complication of Group A Streptococcal Meningitis in Children: a Comprehensive Case-Based Literature Review
Group A Streptococcus pyogenes meningitis rarely results in central nervous system complication. Chronic hydrocephalus is a well-known complication of bacterial meningitis. To date, no reports haveExpand
Review article Spectrum of migraine variants and beyond: The individual syndromes in children q
“Migraine-related conditions” are probably the second most common condition after seizure encountered in pediatric neurology requiring frequent Emergency Department visits. Among migraines,Expand
Late Onset Neonatal Herpes Encephalitis: A Case-Based CNS Complication and Neurological Outcome
Individual neurological complication caused by Herpes simplex viruses in neonates is well-known. We report neonatal Herpes encephalitis that caused multiple neurological complications in the sameExpand
Cumulative Contents to Volume 38
Original Articles Pediatric epilepsy following neonatal seizures symptomatic of stroke A. Suppiej, M. Mastrangelo, L. Mastella, P. Accorsi, L. Grazian, G. Casara, C. Peruzzi, M.L. Carpanelli, A.Expand