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2016g A 15 year-old boy with generalized weakness
2016f A 15 year-old with transient blurred vision and unusual speech
2016e A 15 year old boy with acute paraparesis while playing catch
2016d A 9 month-old with weakness and floppiness that developed over hours
2016c A 14-year-old boy with weakness and numbness of the left side of the body following a football-related head injury
2016b A 1 day old girl with seizures
2016a A 5-year-old boy with recent diagnosis of herpes encephalitis
2015j A 17 year-old with onset over days of left-sided weakness
2015i A 10-year-old boy with a history of regression and myoclonic seizures
2015h A 10 year old girl with right hemichorea
2015g A 5 year old boy with posturing
2015f A 3 year-old girl with persistent seizures
2015e A 16 year-old girl with pituitary deficiency and bilateral perisylvian polymicrogyria presenting with increased seizure clustering
2015d An 8 year old boy with left sided hemiballismus – hemichorea
2015c A 4 month old boy with poor feeding and decreased activity
2015b A 12 year-old girl with a six year history of frequent episodes of transient alterations of awareness
2015a A 17 year old boy with progressive visual and hearing loss
2014k An 8 year-old girl with frequent night wakings, daytime sleepiness and new onset falls
2014j An 8 year old boy with weakness
2014i A 13 year-old boy with leg cramps and gait disturbance
2014h A 6 month old girl with hypotonia and bilateral ptosis
2014g A 2 year-old with torticollis
2014f A 3 year-old with wobbly gait and falls
2014e A 4 day old boy with progressive hypotonia and apneic spells
2014d A 32 month old girl with global developmental delays and abnormal eye movements
2014c A 14 month old girl with hypotonia, seizures, and developmental regression
2014b A 12 day old boy with irritability and poor feeding progressing to somnolence
2014a A 10 year-old boy with double vision and poor balance
2013b An 8 year old boy with back pain, progressive leg weakness, and urinary incontinence
2013a An 11 month-old girl with developmental delay and new onset ptosis and dysconjugate gaze
2012c An 18 year-old girl with arm weakness and paresthesia
2012b A 6 month old boy with steadily progressive hypertonicity, decreased oral intake, irritability, and regression
2012a 17 year old girl with headache exacerbated by neck flexion
2011e A 12-year-old boy with a 3-day history of waxing and waning weakness
2011d A 23 month old girl with abnormal eye movements and difficulty walking
2011c A 2 month old boy with limb jerking
2011b A 3 month old boy with a 3 day history of progressive difficulty feeding
2011a An 18-month-old girl with leg weakness and tremor
2010e A 12 month old boy with fever and bilateral leg weakness and right arm weakness
2010d A 4 year old boy with left facial twitching
2010c A 2 year old boy with an acute febrile illness and a history of motor delay
2010b A 4-year-old girl with longstanding developmental delay and new onset of seizures.
2010a A 2½ year-old boy with vomiting and nystagmus
2009k A 22 month old girl with tonic stiffening and developmental delay
2009j A 5 month-old with failure to thrive, hypotonia and developmental delay
2009i A 2.5 month old boy with status epilepticus and fever
2009h A 12 year-old girl with café-au-lait macules, lingual neurofibroma and eye movement deficit
2009g 5-month-old twins with fever and “Status epilepticus”
2009f A 13 year old girl with attacks of vertigo and tinnitus
2009e A 2 day old girl with nuchal cord and seizures
2009d 14-year-old girl with confusion and involuntary movements
2009c 14-year-old boy with worsening epilepsy since immunization at 7 months of age
2009b A 15 month old boy with global developmental delay and hypotonia
2009a A 4 day-old full term infant with suspected seizures
2008k 7-year-old girl with right facial palsy, right gaze palsy and ataxia
2008j 14 year old boy with a history of ADHD who presents for evaluation of diffuse weakness
2008i 11 month old girl with lower extremity weakness
2008h 16 year old girl with alteration of consciousness and seizures
2008g 18 year old girl with confusion
2008f 7-week-old with horizontal nystagmus and head bobbing
2008e 10-month-old with right eye nystagmus and head nodding
2008d Newborn with hypotonia and metabolic acidosis
2008c 7 yr old with generalized weakness and rash
2008b 4 year old with seizures and language delay
2008a Newborn with hypotonia and poor feeding