A 16-year-old becomes unresponsive and experiences three generalized tonic-clonic seizures four days after giving birth to a healthy infant. This case study reveals key knowns and unknowns in pediatric demyelinating disease.
Making Pediatrics More of a Priority in Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Trials
A narrative review outlines the need for earlier and broader pediatric trial enrollment while profiling a few ongoing studies and other signs of potential progress.
Why Neuroimmunology Is Crucial to 21st-Century Pediatric Neuroscience
Understanding the intersection of the nervous and immune systems is increasingly important for pediatric neurologists and their colleagues. A Cleveland Clinic expert explains why.