Incidence of acquired demyelination of the CNS in Canadian children.

  title={Incidence of acquired demyelination of the CNS in Canadian children.},
  author={Brenda L. Banwell and Julia Kennedy and Dessa A. Sadovnick and Douglas L. Arnold and Sandra Lira Bastos de Magalhaes and Katherine Wambera and Mary B. C. Connolly and Jerome Yale Yager and Jean Kit-Wah Mah and Nidhi Shah and Guillaume Sebire and Brandon F Meaney and M Dilenge and Anne Lortie and Sharon Whiting and Asif Doja and Simon Levin and E Athen Macdonald and David C Meek and Ellen Wood and Noel John Lowry and David G Buckley and Conrad Yim and Mark Awuku and Colleen Guimond and Pamela Cooper and François Grand'maison and J Burke Baird and Virender Bhan and Amit Bar-Or},
  volume={72 3},
BACKGROUND The incidence of acquired demyelination of the CNS (acquired demyelinating syndromes [ADS]) in children is unknown. It is important that physicians recognize the features of ADS to facilitate care and to appreciate the future risk of multiple sclerosis (MS). OBJECTIVE To determine the incidence, clinical features, familial autoimmune history, and acute management of Canadian children with ADS. METHODS Incidence and case-specific data were obtained through the Canadian Pediatric… CONTINUE READING
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