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by Dorothée Chabas,Emmanuelle L. Waubant

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Dorothée Chabas,Emmanuelle L. Waubant
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Read instantly in your browser. ISBN-13: 978-0521763493. Providing comprehensive coverage of these diseases in children, this book is essential reading for pediatric and adult neurologists and MS specialists. Series: Cambridge Medicine (Hardcover). Hardcover: 292 pages.

Marcus, Jacqueline F. and Waubant, Emmanuelle L. 2013. Updates on Clinically Isolated Syndrome and Diagnostic Criteria for Multiple Sclerosis. The Neurohospitalist, Vol. 3, Issue. IVIg therapy has been evaluated both as a treatment of acute demyelinating relapses as well as a maintenance therapy to alter the disease course in adult patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). This chapter focuses on studies pertaining to the treatment of acute relapses.

Emmanuelle L. Waubant. Cambridge University Press. Up to 5 percent of those with MS experience symptoms before the age of 18, and the number of cases diagnosed is rising.

There is a lack of awareness about these diseases in childhood, however, even amongst pediatric neurologists and MS specialists. Essential reading for pediatric neurologists and MS specialists, this book will also be valuable reading for adult neurologists and pediatricians.

Pediatric MS Course and Treatment: 7. Pediatric MS course (including predictive factors) Christel Renoux and Emmanuelle L. Waubant; 8. Plasma exchange and IV immunoglobulin for acute demyelinating relapses Khurram Bashir; 9. Corticosteroids in pediatric Multiple Sclerosis relapses Gregory S. Aaen; 10. Disease modifying therapy and response to first-line treatment in pediatric multiple sclerosis E. Ann Yeh and Moses Rodriguez; 11.

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Dorothée Chabas Emmanuelle L. Waubant

Dorothée Chabas Emmanuelle L. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, São Paulo, Delhi, Tokyo, Mexico City Cambridge University Press The Edinburgh Building, Cambridge CB2 8RU, UK Published in the United States of America by Cambridge University Press, New York ww. ambridge. org Information on this title: ww. There is a lack of awareness about these diseases in childhood, however, even amongst pediatric neurologists and MS specialists

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Although multiple sclerosis and other disorders of myelin formation and repair are most commonly associated with adults, they can also occur in infants, children and adolescents. Up to 5 percent of those with MS experience symptoms before the age of 18, and the number of cases diagnosed is rising. There is a lack of awareness about these diseases in childhood, however, even amongst pediatric neurologists and MS specialists. Demyelinating Disorders of the Central Nervous System in Childhood provides comprehensive coverage of these diseases, highlighting throughout the differences between management in childhood and in adults. With sections dedicated to the diagnosis, course, treatment and biology of pediatric MS, detailed chapters on other childhood demyelinating diseases, including acute disseminated encephomyelitis, optic neuritis, acute complete transverse myelitis and neuromyelitis optica, are also provided. Essential reading for pediatric neurologists and MS specialists, this book will also be valuable reading for adult neurologists and pediatricians.