Pediatric Neurology Briefs

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Online ISSN: 2166-6482


Print ISSN: 1043-3155


Neurologic Sequelae of Enterovirus 17 Infection
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April 2007


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The long-term neurologic sequelae, neurodevelopment, and cognitive function of 142 children with a history of enterovirus (EV) 17 infection with CNS involvement were determined in a study at the National Taiwan University Hospital, Taipei; and Chang Gung Children's Hospital, Taoyuan, Taiwan.

Third Ventricle Enlargement in Neonates with Trisomy 21
Measurements of routine head sonographic scans of 57 term infants with trisomy 21 born between 2000 and 2005 were performed within 7 days after birth and were compared with scans of 21 randomly selected, healthy, term infants without trisomy 21 at Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem; Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva; and Hadassah University Hospital, Jerusalem, Israel.

Ring 22 Syndrome and Polyembolokoilomania

February 1994


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A 24 year-old severely retarded, hyperactive woman with a long history of foul smelling discharge from the nasal fossae, requiring removal under general anesthesia of foreign material (rocks, crayon, cotton, paper) on 9 separate occasions by an ENT surgeon, is reported from my own practice records in Chicago.

Brain MRI Anatomical and Attention and Behavior Disorders With 22qll.2 Deletion Syndrome
The brain anatomy of 39 children and adolescents with 22qDS (mean age 11 years; IQ 67) and 26 sibling controls (mean age 11 years; IQ 102) was compared using MRI and automated voxel-based morphometry, and behavioral differences were correlated with affected brain regions in a study at King’s College, Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK; Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin, Ireland; and Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, Holland.

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