Helen Bronte-Stewart

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  • LACUNAR INFARCTION OF THE BASAL GANGLIA AS A COMPLICATION OF HEMOLYTIC-UREMIC SYNDROME - MRI AND CLINICAL CORRELATIONS CLINICAL PEDIATRICS DiMario, F. J., BRONTESTEWART, H., Sherbotie, J., Turner, M. E. 1987; 26 (11): 586-590

    Abstract:

    Central nervous system (CNS) complications of hemolytic-uremic syndrome (HUS) commonly consist of alterations in mental status, seizures, and rarely hemiparesis. The authors report the clinical evolution of left hemiparesis and later choreo-athetoid movements in a patient who sustained a right lacunar infarction as a complication of HUS. The infarction is demonstrated on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

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    View details for PubMedID 3665330

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