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15:53 EDT 18th March 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 218 from Neuropediatrics

Aicardi's Diseases of the Nervous System in Childhood.

Positive Short-Term Effect of Low-Dose Rosuvastatin in a Patient with SYNGAP1-Associated Epilepsy.

"Restricted Diffusion" within the Splenium of the Corpus Callosum: A Potential Pitfall in Young Infants on 3T Imaging and Marker of Normal Myelin Maturation.

 To determine the prevalence of "restricted diffusion" within the splenium of the corpus callosum (SOCC) on 3 Tesla (T) and 1.5T imaging systems and to establish the contribution of myelin maturation to the presence of "restricted diffusion" within the SOCC.

Appearance of FCD Type II Changes with Brain Maturation in Early Childhood.

Is Asymmetry of the Pons Associated with Hand Function and Manual Ability after Arterial Ischemic Stroke in Children?

 This study was designed to investigate how the asymmetry of the brain stem is related to hand function and manual ability after arterial ischemic stroke (AIS) diagnosed during childhood.

Postnatal Paraclinical Parameters Associated to Occurrence of Intracerebral Hemorrhage in Preterm Infants.

Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) is the most frequent complication in postnatal development of preterm infants. The purpose of the present work is the statistical evaluation of seven standard paraclinical parameters and their association to the development of ICH. Clinical records of 265 preterm infants with gestational age (GA) 23 to 30 weeks were analyzed. According to ICH status, patients were divided into control (without ICH) and affected (with ICH) groups. Mean values of paraclinical parameters at each ...

The Persistent Generalized Muscle Contraction in Siblings with Molybdenum Cofactor Deficiency Type A.

Molybdenum cofactor deficiency (MoCD) is a rare autosomal recessive metabolic disease with severe neurological symptoms. Most disease-causing mutations are found in the gene, corresponding to MoCD type A (MoCD-A). There have been few reports describing the long-term detailed neurological features with MoCD-A because most patients do not survive childhood. We describe the clinical, radiologic, biochemical, and genetic data of two patients (female siblings aged 26 and 22 years) with MoCD-A. Both patients pre...

Diagnostic Utility of Whole Exome Sequencing in the Neuromuscular Clinic.

Next-generation sequencing is a powerful diagnostic tool, yet it has proven inadequate to establish a diagnosis in all cases of congenital hypotonia or childhood onset weakness. We sought to describe the impact of whole exome sequencing (WES), which has only recently become widely available clinically, on molecular diagnosis in the Nationwide Children's Hospital Neuromuscular clinics. We reviewed records of all patients in our clinic with pediatric onset of symptoms who had WES done since 2013. Patients wer...

Homozygous TANGO2 Single Nucleotide Variants Presenting with Additional Manifestations Resembling Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood-Expanding the Phenotype of a Recently Reported Condition.

 We report a 15-year-old Indian girl born to a consanguineous couple, who presented with epilepsy, developmental delay, neuroregression, and episodes of alternating hemiparesis. In addition, she had one episode of rhabdomyolysis at the age of 7 years. Extensive genetic and metabolic work up through the years was unrevealing. Eventually a trio whole exome sequencing (WES) revealed homozygous single nucleotide variants in gene.

Brain Aneurysms in the Pediatric Population of Slovenia: A Case Series.

 Brain aneurysms are rare in the pediatric population. The diagnosis of a brain aneurysm in a child may be difficult because of its infrequency and often subtle or nonspecific clinical presentation. Endovascular therapy and microsurgical treatment are increasingly used approaches in treating children, possibly contributing to favorable outcomes if patients are treated in a timely manner.

A Hidden Cause of MERS and HLH in a Girl: Unusual Presentation of Hantaviruses Infection.

Japanese Encephalitis Virus-Induced Anti-N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptor Encephalitis: A Case Report and Review of Literature.

Anti-N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor encephalitis (anti-NMDARe) was originally described as a paraneoplastic disease with more than 50% cases involving a tumor. However, tumor incidence in anti-NMDARe in children is much lower. Herpes simplex virus-induced anti-NMDARe has been well-described; however, findings on Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV)-induced anti-NMDARe are scarce. Here, we describe a 7-year-old boy who presented with fever and headache that progressed to seizures and disturbance of consciousness...

Daily Functioning and Quality of Life in Patients with Sjögren-Larsson Syndrome.

 Sjögren-Larsson syndrome (SLS) is an autosomal recessively inherited neurometabolic disease caused by an enzyme defect in lipid metabolism. Patients suffer from intellectual disability, bilateral spastic paresis, ichthyosis, visual impairment, and photophobia. Knowledge about the meaning of having SLS in daily life is lacking.

Unresponsive Wakefulness Syndrome in Children after Near-Drowning: Long-Term Outcome and Impact on the Families.

Among 131 children admitted to our institution for early phase rehabilitation after freshwater near-drowning (ND) between the year 1986 and 2000, 87 were in unresponsive wakefulness syndrome (UWS) for at least 4 weeks after the accidents. An anonymous questionnaire was sent to the families after 0.5 to 15.0 years (median: 4.6) and 48 mothers and 51 fathers of 55 of these 87 children were interviewed after 6.6 to 23.8 years (median: 13.8) of ND. At the time of the interviews, 8/55 children were able to perfo...

Assessing and Improving Documentation of Pediatric Brain Death Determination within an Electronic Health Record.

 Pediatric brain death determination (BDD) can be subject to interprovider variability of documentation, resulting in diagnosis credibility. The aim of this study was to describe our approach to assessing pediatric BDD documentation and documentation variation in the electronic health record (EHR).

A Female Patient with Xq28 Microduplication Presenting with Myotubular Myopathy, Confirmed with a Custom-Designed X-array.

X-linked myotubular myopathy (XLMTM) is a rare inherited neuromuscular disorder associated with mutations in the gene on the Xq28 region. We report a severely affected girl with XLMTM, caused by maternally inherited 661 kb Xq28 microduplication identified by chromosomal microarray analysis and confirmed also on DNA from muscle biopsy with a custom-designed X-chromosome-specific microarray. X-inactivation analysis revealed a skewed inactivation pattern on the proband's muscle biopsy. Muscle biopsy histopa...

UBTF Mutation Causes Complex Phenotype of Neurodegeneration and Severe Epilepsy in Childhood.

 Neurodegenerative diseases of childhood present with progressive decline in cognitive, social, and motor function and are frequently associated with seizures in different stages of the disease. Here we report a patient with severe progressive neurodegeneration with drug-resistant epilepsy of unknown etiology from the age of 2 years.

Adenosine Kinase Deficiency: Report and Review.

Adenosine kinase (ADK) deficiency (OMIM [online mendelian inheritance in man]: 614300) is an autosomal recessive disorder of adenosine and methionine metabolism, with a unique clinical phenotype, mainly involving the central nervous system and dysmorphic features. Patients usually present early in life with sepsis-like symptoms, respiratory difficulties, and neonatal jaundice. Subsequently, patients demonstrate hypotonia and global developmental delay. Biochemically, methionine is elevated with normal homoc...

Mycoplasma Pneumoniae and Antibodies against Galactocerebroside in a 9-Year-Old Boy with Encephalitis.

We report the case of a 9 year-old boy, presenting with an acute encephalitis with cerebrospinal fluid pleiocytosis. MRI showed T2/FLAIR (fluid attenuated inversion recovery) hyperintense signals of basal ganglia and cortex, EEG (electro encephalogram) showed diffuse slowing with epileptic discharges. A repetitively elevated IgM/IgG serologic response against was observed with polymerase chain reaction in serum and cerebrospinal fluid remaining negative. No other pathogen or antigen could be identified. Hi...

Diffuse White Matter Involvement in Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis.

Owl's Eye Sign in a Reversible Etiology of Spastic Quadriparesis.

Bilateral Posterior Circulation Stroke in a Child with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus.

Diagnostic Pathway to Nonsense Mutation Dystrophinopathy: A Tertiary-Center, Retrospective Experience.

Up to 15% of Duchenne's muscular dystrophy (DMD) is caused by nonsense mutations (nm-DMD). In this study, we aimed to evaluate the age at diagnosis, presentations, and diagnostic approach in 43 nm-DMD boys. The mean age at presentation and diagnosis was 3 years and 4 years, respectively. Presenting signs or symptoms were asymptomatic creatine kinase (CK) elevation (40%), muscle weakness (30%), motor delay (18%), and walking difficulties (12%). Multiplex polymerase chain reaction (PCR) of the most commonly d...

Adverse Effects of Treatment with Valproic Acid during the Neonatal Period.

 Valproic acid (VPA) is rarely used in neonatal period. In children under 2 years old, serious adverse effects are appear to be more frequent.

A Very Rare Etiology of Hypotonia and Seizures: Congenital Glutamine Synthetase Deficiency.

Mutations in the human gene, which encodes the enzyme glutamine synthetase (GS), may cause congenital glutamine synthetase deficiency. The disease was first described in 2005 and only three patients have been reported to date. We report a fourth patient suffering from congenital GS deficiency who was found to have some distinctive clinical findings. The patient was a 30-month-old girl who was referred to us due to developmental delay and seizures which began at 5 months of age. She was seizure free for 5 m...


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