S Vieker

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We report the occurrence of subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE) in two brothers two years after measles infection. The diagnosis was confirmed by compatible data from medical history, occurrence of autochthonic measles virus (MV) IgG production in the central nervous system (CNS), and pathognomonic EEG changes. Pathogenetically, SSPE is caused by a(More)
We report about a 3-day-old full-term newborn who suffered from series of tonic-clonic and myoclonic seizures. His mother was treated with lamotrigin for epilepsy. It is worthy of note that the drug level of the neonate had already decreas-ed to 37% of the basic level of his mother. At the same time, there was a catabolic metabolic situation and a mild(More)
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