Sign in to gain access to subscriptions and/or my tools. Sign in | my tools | contact us | help search all journals advanced search search history browse journals skip to main page content home onlinefirst all issues subscribe rss email alerts search this journal advanced journal search â» masquerades of acquired demyelination in children: experiences of a national demyelinating disease program julia o'mahony , bsc julia. Omahony{at}sickkids. Ca amit bar-or , md douglas l. Arnold , md a. Dessa sadovnick , phd ruth ann marrie , md brenda banwell , md canadian pediatric demyelinating disease network abstract the diagnosis of acquired demyelinating syndromes of the central nervous system in children requires exclusion of other acute central nervous system disorders. In a 23-site national demyelinating disease study, standardized clinical, laboratory, and magnetic resonance imaging (mri) data were obtained prospectively from onset, and serially at 3, 6, and 12 months and annually. Twenty of 332 (6%) participants (mean [sd] age, 10. 21 [4. 32] years; 12 (60%) female) were ultimately diagnosed with vascular disorders (primary or secondary central nervous system vasculitis, vasculopathy, stroke, or migraine, n = 11 children), central nervous system malignancy (n = 3), mitochondrial disease (n = 2), or central nervous system symptoms in the accompaniment of confirmed infection (n = 4). Red flags that may serve to distinguish disorders in the differential of acquired demyelination are described. â© 2012 sage publications, inc. Citeulike connotea delicious digg facebook google+ linkedin mendeley reddit stumbleupon technorati twitter what's this? This article published online before print may 9, 2012, doi: 10. viagra without a doctor prescription buy viagra viagra for sale cheap viagra buy cheap viagra cheap viagra online 1177/0883073812443006 j child neurol may 9, 2012 0883073812443006 â» abstract full text (pdf) services email this article to a colleague alert me when this article is cited alert me if a correction is posted similar articles in this journal similar articles in pubmed download to citation manager request permissions request reprints load patientinformation citing articles load.
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