Enterovirus 71-related encephalomyelitis: usual and unusual magnetic resonance imaging findings

@article{Jang2011Enterovirus7E,
  title={Enterovirus 71-related encephalomyelitis: usual and unusual magnetic resonance imaging findings},
  author={Seonah Jang and Sang-Il Suh and Su Min Ha and Jung Hye Byeon and Baik-Lin Eun and Young Hen Lee and Hyung Suk Seo and So-Hee Eun and Hae-Young Seol},
  journal={Neuroradiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={54},
  pages={239-245}
}
Most enterovirus (EV) 71 infections manifest as mild cases of hand–foot–mouth disease (HFMD)/herpangina with seasonal variations, having peak incidence during the summer. Meanwhile, EV 71 may involve the central nervous system (CNS), causing severe neurologic disease. In many cases, enteroviral encephalomyelitis involves the central midbrain, posterior… CONTINUE READING