Clinical outcome in children with acute cerebellar encephalopathy and neuroblastoma.

@article{Telander1989ClinicalOI,
  title={Clinical outcome in children with acute cerebellar encephalopathy and neuroblastoma.},
  author={Robert L Telander and William A. Smithson and Robert V. Groover},
  journal={Journal of pediatric surgery},
  year={1989},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={11-4; Discussion 14}
}
Acute cerebellar encephalopathy (ACE)--ataxia often associated with opsoclonus, polymyoclonus, and irritability--may be associated with neuroblastoma and should be suspected in a child who presents with ACE. The survival in ten children with ACE associated with neuroblastoma was 100%. Most of the tumors were ganglioneuroblastomas. The abdomen was the most common location for the tumor in this study although it also can be found in the mediastinum. All patients with this syndrome had a localized… CONTINUE READING

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