• “Radiological cerebro-spinal posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome mimicking acute disseminated encephalomyelitis in a neurologically asymptomatic child”

    1 month ago - By Pediatric Neurology

    A previously well 18-month old girl with no family history was admitted with severe hypertension having had an atypical presentation with polyuria, polydipsia and weight loss over a 6-week period. She presented with severe electrolyte abnormalities; notably, a metabolic alkalosis, with hyponatraemia, hypokalaemia and hypochloraemia. She was found to have extremely high blood pressure levels and required several anti-hypertensive agents initially. Creatinine was normal, however on urinalysis there was also significant proteinuria.
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