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Acute dialysis encephalopathy See dialysis encephalopathy. 4346 acute disseminated (demyelinating) encephalomyelitis (ADEM, post- or parainfectious encephalomyelitis, acute perivascular myelinoclasia) A monophasic immune-mediated demyelinating disease of the CNS that typically follows a febrile infection or a vaccination. Children are predominantly affected. This monophasic, postinfectious or postvaccinial autoallergic, inflammatory, and 12 demyelinating encephalopathy has major effects upon the white matter of the cerebral hemispheres, cerebellum, optic nerves, and spinal cord in response to antigenic challenge.
The condition increases for up to a month and remain at one level or may ascend through new levels of the cord. Onset in less than then slowly remits. (Oh et al. Neurology 2001;56:82–6) 2. A similar syndrome in 3 weeks of symmetrical motor and sensory which, however, there is evidence only of dysfunction referable to a distinct spinal cord level, with sphincter dysfunction, are thin sensory fiber involvement, the typical features. 6754 Facial diplegia Presents with ataxia and areflexia but with minimal limb weakness or See also acute necrotic myelopathy, acute toxic myelopathy.
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Companion to Clinical Neurology, Third Edition by William Pryse-Phillips