The role of fever on cerebrospinal fluid glucose concentration of children with and without convulsions.

Abstract

In febrile convulsions glucose concentrations are known to increase both in the blood and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). The reason behind this increase is, however, incompletely understood. We have studied the effects of convulsion and fever on the CSF and blood glucose concentrations in four different groups of children: febrile and non-febrile children, with… (More)

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