Palatal tremor, focal seizures, repeated miscarriages and elevated anti-thyroid antibodies

@article{Ahdab2008PalatalTF,
  title={Palatal tremor, focal seizures, repeated miscarriages and elevated anti-thyroid antibodies},
  author={R. Ahdab and Drouet Thomas},
  journal={Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery},
  year={2008},
  volume={110},
  pages={381-383}
}
Neurological manifestations of thyroid autoimmunity are heterogeneous and nonspecific. The most frequently adopted name for this entity is Hashimoto's encephalopathy although this eponym has been recently contested. In the absence of specific clinical features, diagnosis is suggested by the presence of elevated levels of anti-thyroid antibodies in the appropriate clinical context. We describe a patient with recurrent focal seizures, palatal tremor and elevated anti-thyroid antibodies but no… CONTINUE READING
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