Risk Management Pitfalls for Pediatric Patients With Acute Demyelinating Syndromes
June 17, 2021


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Our recent issue Pediatric Acute Demyelinating Syndromes: Identification and Management in the Emergency Department focuses on the most common acute demyelinating disorders in children: Guillain-Barré syndrome and acute transverse myelitis. read more

Test Your Knowledge: Pediatric Acute Demyelinating Syndromes
March 23, 2021


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Acute demyelinating disorders can present with vague complaints and subtle abnormalities of the neurological examination. A thorough history and physical examination are impor- tant for narrowing the differential diagnosis and determining which diagnostic studies are indicated. read more

What’s Your Diagnosis? Pediatric Acute Demyelinating Syndromes
February 22, 2021


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Welcome to this month’s What’s Your Diagnosis Challenge!

But before we begin, check to see if you got last month’s case on An Evidence-Based Approach to Nontraumatic Ocular Complaints in Children right. read more