author={Paul Maddison},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
Issacs Syndrome in a Pediatric Patient and Voltage-Gated Potassium Channels Antibodies.
Dysfunction of peripheral nerve voltage-gated potassium channels appears to be related to the development of the disease and anticonvulsants are the first therapeutic option. Expand
Mercury poisoning complicated by acquired neuromyotonia syndrome
A 56-year-old woman presented with continuous and involuntary muscle twitching in her legs for 2 months, accompanied by a burning sensation in the lower limbs, insomnia, fatigue, and night sweats, and was diagnosed with mercury poisoning. Expand
Paraneoplastic Neuropathies: What's New Since the 2004 Recommended Diagnostic Criteria
The diagnostic criteria published by the PNS (Paraneoplastic Neurological Syndromes) Euronetwork in 2004 provided a useful classification of PNS, including paraneoplastic neuropathies. SubacuteExpand
Role of Interventional Pain Management in Breast Cancer
A clinician attuned to the important principles outlined in this chapter can make a significant impact on the quality of life of patients affected by this most common cancer. Expand
Tacrolimus as a therapeutic option in patients with acquired neuromyotonia
Tacrolimus may be a therapeutic option for acquired neuromyotonia and further studies on tacrolimUS in larger patient cohort should be performed. Expand
Heterogeneous presentation of caspr2 antibody‐associated peripheral neuropathy – A case series
Three patients with caspr2 antibodies with different types of pain/no pain in combination with peripheral neuropathy are described, illustrating the spectrum of symptoms in anti‐caspr2 diseases. Expand
Immune-associated neuromyotonia syndrome following mercury poisoning
A case of mercury toxicity that presented as neuromyotonia syndrome with a positive test for dual autoantibodies (leucinerich glioma inactivated 1 (LGI1) antibody and contactinassociated protein 2 (CASPR2) antibody) is described for the first time. Expand
Autoimmune Channelopathies at Neuromuscular Junction
A comprehensive insight is given on recent advances in autoimmune channelopathies at the neuromuscular junction, including Lambert-Eaton syndrome, Isaacs' syndrome and myasthenia gravis. Expand