Rolandic mitochondrial encephalomyelopathy and MT-ND3 mutations.

@article{Werner2009RolandicME,
  title={Rolandic mitochondrial encephalomyelopathy and MT-ND3 mutations.},
  author={Klaus G E Werner and Chantal France Morel and Adam Kirton and Susanne M Benseler and John M Shoffner and Jane B L Addis and B. H. Robinson and Delilah M. Burrowes and S Blaser and Leon G. Epstein and Annette S J Feigenbaum},
  journal={Pediatric neurology},
  year={2009},
  volume={41 1},
  pages={
          27-33
        }
}
Mitochondrial encephalopathies may be caused by mutations in the respiratory chain complex I subunit genes. Described here are the cases of two pediatric patients who presented with MELAS-like calcarine lesions in addition to novel, bilateral rolandic lesions and epilepsia partialis continua, secondary to MT-ND3 mutations. Data were collected included neurologic symptoms, serial brain imaging, metabolic evaluations, skeletal muscle biopsies, mitochondrial biochemical and molecular testing… CONTINUE READING
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