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He did not develop classic encephalopathic signs/symptoms of HACE or HAPE as mentioned above.
EEG should ideally be limited to cases where the history, physical examination and mental state examination in combination suggest an ictal phenomenon or encephalopathic condition.
Heinger et al5 have shown that maintenance treatment with low lysine diet and carnitine supplementation along with emergency treatment during inter-current illness according to the established guidelines,6 prevents acute encephalopathic crisis and striatal damage.
The patient received a diagnosis of severe metabolic acidosis and volume overload on hospital day 11, and soon after became encephalopathic and unresponsive.
On electroencephalogram, she was found to have burst suppression, seen in severe anoxic damage of the brain, and diffuse encephalopathic process.
Many patients will present with some form of central nervous system (CNS) disease, including irritability, lethargy, and other nonspecific mild encephalopathic symptoms.
9% of cases (n = 25), suggestive of a diffuse encephalopathic process from drugs, alcohol, environmental toxins or other diffuse neuropathology, such as infections or metabolic issues (e.
Petrified auricular cartilages pointing the diagnosis of post-partum hypopituitarism in an encephalopathic patient.
Early onset age, encephalopathic course, resistance to treatment and EEG findings are similar to Ohtahara syndrome (18).
Besides the effects of encephalopathic toxins themselves, a series of metabolic alterations may act in synergy, worsening those effects, as azotemia, hypoxia, electrolyte imbalance, hypoglycemia, alkalosis and hypovolaemia.
Can cause anaphylactic or encephalopathic reaction to the vaccine.
1,3,6) The major adverse reaction caused by melarsoprol occurs in about 5-10% of treated cases and is called encephalopathic syndrome; a syndrome which is fatal for 10-70% of patients.
London Mayor Boris Johnson says: "They have taken the sword of common sense to the great bloated encephalopathic sacred cow of elf and safety, and for this effrontery they are being persecuted.
The first was that the combination measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine damages the gastrointestinal lining, thereby permitting the entrance of encephalopathic proteins and causing autism.