Rasmussen's Syndrome

Rasmussen syndrome typically occurs in children and is characterized by the development of intractable focal seizures, progressive hemiparesis, and intellectual deterioration. Discover the latest research on Rasmussen syndrome here.

June 24, 2020
Open Access

The Neurologic Manifestations of Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic: A Systemic Review

Frontiers in Neurology
Sheng-Ta TsaiChon-Haw Tsai
July 10, 2020

Diagnostic and therapeutic strategies for porphyrias

The Netherlands Journal of Medicine
R A NeelemanJ G Langendonk
July 12, 2020

Diminished toll-like receptor response in febrile infection-related epilepsy syndrome (FIRES)

Biomedical Journal
Meng-Ying HsiehWen-I Lee
July 4, 2020
Open Access

HIV Testing in Adults Presenting With Central Nervous System Infections

Open Forum Infectious Diseases
Bert MaRodrigo Hasbun
June 27, 2020
Open Access

Electroencephalography at the time of Covid-19 pandemic in Italy

Neurological Sciences : Official Journal of the Italian Neurological Society and of the Italian Society of Clinical Neurophysiology
Giovanni AssenzaOriano Mecarelli
June 21, 2020
Case Report
Open Access

Psychiatric Manifestation of Anti-LGI1 Encephalitis

Brain Sciences
Dominique EndresLudger Tebartz van Elst
July 2, 2020

Rasmussen's aneurysm in a child with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia

BMJ Case Reports
Sanjeev KheraNikhil Tiwari
July 4, 2020

Network analysis of hydroxymethylbilane synthase dynamics

Journal of Molecular Graphics & Modelling
Broto ChakrabartyGopalakrishnan Bulusu
July 1, 2020
Open Access

Stop testing for autoantibodies to the VGKC-complex: only request LGI1 and CASPR2

Practical Neurology
Sophia MichaelSarosh R Irani
July 9, 2020

Neuroinflammatory Disease as an Isolated Manifestation of Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis

Journal of Clinical Immunology
Annaliesse BlincoeElie Haddad
June 26, 2020
Open Access

The Clinical Value of 18 F-FDG-PET in Autoimmune Encephalitis Associated With LGI1 Antibody

Frontiers in Neurology
Xiao LiuQun Wang
June 23, 2020
Case Report
Open Access

Anti-N-methyl-D-aspartate Receptor Encephalitis: a Rare Complication of Ovarian Teratoma

Journal of Korean Medical Science
Chae Hyeong LeeJu Won Roh
July 10, 2020
Case Report

Sudden-onset Encephalopathy: Do not ignore the Possibility of Hashimoto's Encephalopathy

Neurology India
Erum Mubbashir Shariff
July 1, 2020
Open Access

Aorto-carotid bypass for type A acute aortic dissection complicated with carotid artery occlusion: no touch until circulatory arrest

Interactive Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery
Hideki SasakiOsamu Sasaki
July 1, 2020

A Surviving Case of Acanthamoeba Granulomatous Amebic Encephalitis in a Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant Recipient

The American Journal of Case Reports
Niamh A KeaneElisabeth Vandenberghe

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