Multiple cerebral haematomata and peripheral nerve palsies associated with a case of juvenile diabetic ketoacidosis.


A 15-year-old girl presented de novo in diabetic ketoacidosis having been comatose for 24 h (day 1). A CT scan and lumbar puncture performed on admission were normal and her conscious level slowly improved over several days. On day 7 she had central neurological signs of bilateral knee clonus and an extensor plantar response. In addition, she had developed… (More)


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