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  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Sep 18, 2020

    AUTHOR RESPONSE TO BUDHRAM, ET AL

    We would like to thank Budhram et al. for their interest in our report, “A Stroke Mimic: Anti-MOG Antibody-Associated Disorder Presenting...

    Stroke
  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Sep 18, 2020

    PUBLISHER'S NOTE

    Until now academic articles have been published in journals, on an issue by issue basis. While this ensured organised citation information,...

  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Sep 18, 2020

    EDITORIAL BOARD AND MASTHEAD

  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Sep 18, 2020

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Sep 17, 2020

    WHY MOST BAD DECISIONS ABOUT VACCINES DO NOT CONSTITUTE CHILD NEGLECT

    A critical component of pediatric health maintenance is universal vaccination for a large number of vaccine preventable diseases that...

    Vaccination, Child, Baby
  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Sep 17, 2020

    CHILD NEGLECT BY ANY OTHER NAME

    If 50 million people say a foolish thing, it is still a foolish thing.

    Child
  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Sep 15, 2020

    AN OBJECTIVE STRUCTURED CLINICAL EXAM OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR CHILD NEUROLOGY RESIDENTS

    To implement an Objective Structured Clinical Exam for child neurology trainees for formative feedback regarding communication skills.

    Neurology, Regard, Child
  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Sep 10, 2020

    MUCH DELIBERATION IS NECESSARY BEFORE ADVOCATING INCORPORATION OF TELEMEDICINE FOR ROUTINE USE IN CHILD NEUROLOGY BEYOND THE PANDEMIC

    We read with interest the commentary by Guido-Estrada and Crawford apropos telemedicine.1 We agree with their perspective to a large...

    Neurology, Child
  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Sep 10, 2020

    FACING OUR DEMONS: THEN AND NOW. A COMMENTARY ON SHEVELL'S AND BERNAT'S “LANGUAGE AND MEANING: THEN AND NOW.”

    With interest I read Shevell's and Bernat's editorial.1 Their commentary is tethered to a recent publication2 where I show that, as...

    Face
  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Sep 10, 2020

    ACUTE FLACCID MYELITIS: A CALL FOR VIGILANCE AND AN UPDATE ON MANAGEMENT

    An increase in acute flaccid paralysis with a longitudinal gray matter lesion of the spinal cord was noted in California in 20121....

  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Sep 2, 2020

    PYRIDOXAL IN THE CEREBROSPINAL FLUID MAY BE A BETTER INDICATOR OF VITAMIN B6-DEPENDENT EPILEPSY THAN PYRIDOXAL 5′-PHOSPHATE

    We aimed to demonstrate the biochemical characteristics of vitamin B6 -dependent epilepsy, with a particular focus on pyridoxal 5′-phosphate...

    Vitamins
  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Sep 1, 2020

    CLINICALLY MILD ENCEPHALOPATHY WITH A REVERSIBLE SPLENIAL LESION TYPE 2 CAUSED BY HUMAN HERPESVIRUS 6 INFECTION

    Clinically mild encephalitis/encephalopathy with a reversible splenial lesion is the second commonest cause of encephalitis/encephalopathy....

  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Sep 1, 2020

    TREATMENT OF LOW CSF 5-METHYLTETRAHYDROFOLATE WITH LEUCOVORIN IMPROVES SEIZURE CONTROL AND DEVELOPMENT IN PCDH19-RELATED EPILEPSY

    A six-year-old girl presented to the Neurometabolic Clinic for evaluation of medically intractable seizures, global developmental delay...

  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Aug 29, 2020

    PERSPECTIVE: SEIZURE SAFETY EDUCATION SHOULD BE PROVIDED TO PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH SUSPECTED SEIZURES

    An estimated 25,000-40,000 children experience a first time, unprovoked seizure every year with 30-50% of those patients developing...

    Neurology
  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Aug 27, 2020

    PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY RESEARCH IN THE 21ST CENTURY: STATUS, CHALLENGES, AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS POST-COVID-19

    2020 marked a fundamental shift in the pediatric neurology field. An impressive positive trajectory of advances in patient care and...

    Neurology, Face
  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Aug 27, 2020

    NATURAL HISTORY OF STEROID-TREATED YOUNG BOYS WITH DUCHENNE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY USING THE NSAA, 100M, AND TIMED FUNCTIONAL TESTS

    Clinical trials targeting younger cohorts of boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy are necessary as earlier intervention may maximize...

  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Aug 27, 2020

    GRADING SCALE FOR NEONATAL ENCEPHALOPATHY : 45 YEAR UPDATE PROPOSAL

    This proposal is for a multi-centre collaborative clinical study to reconsider and further refine the criteria of full-term neonatal...

  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Aug 26, 2020

    COVID-19 AND PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY PRACTICE IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY

    We are happy to resubmit our manuscript entitled “COVID-19 and Pediatric Neurology practice in a Developing country” for publication...

    Neurology
  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Aug 26, 2020

    EMBRACING TELEMEDICINE: THE SILVER LINING OF A PANDEMIC

    The COVID-19 pandemic forced physicians to rapidly adopt telemedicine. The widespread use was encouraged by relaxation of regulatory...

    Regard
  • By Pediatric Neurology   -   Aug 21, 2020

    NEUROIMAGING PERSPECTIVES OF PERINATAL ARTERIAL ISCHEMIC STROKE

    Perinatal stroke is second only to adult stroke in the overall stroke incidence. It is a major contributor to long term neurologic...

    Stroke, Neurology