High rates of abnormal saccadic eye movements and a shift toward use of second-line disease-modifying therapies lead the notable cohort findings.
Vascular dyplasias are among the most-feared complications of the most common of the neurocutaneous syndromes. Here’s a super-focused recap of what is and isn’t known about them.
Distinguishing among acquired inflammatory demyelinating diseases of the CNS in young children is a challenge. This case shows how recognizing the immune pathogenesis of these disorders can speed diagnosis.
Many pediatricians and neurologists are unaware that multiple sclerosis may occur in the very young, even in infancy, and rarely consider this diagnosis for them. However, an early diagnosis is key for best outcomes.