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The Importance of Intracellular Chloride Concentration and Neuronal Volume in Neonatal Seizures.

Spring/Summer 2019 | CNS Connections magazine

Neonatal seizures are a pernicious problem confronting child neurologists. While they are common and cause substantial morbidity, their pathophysiology is poorly understood. Most of the treatments for neonatal seizures consist...

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Focus on Young Researchers: Development of a Simple Blood Test for Mitochondrial Disorders

Spring/Summer 2018 | CNS Connections magazine

As all child neurologists know, “mitochondrial disorder” is frequently on the differential diagnosis for many children with neurological disease. However, determining whether a patient actually has a mitochondrial disorder is...

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Aaron Boes, MD, PhD

Thinking Outside the Lesion: Lesion Network Mapping

Winter 2018 | CNS Connections magazine

Important advances in neurology often begin with an intellectually curious physician observing an interesting patient. Such was the case that led Dr. Aaron Boes to the discovery of lesion network...

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Dr. Laura Lehman examines the neuroimaging studies of a child with stroke.

TIA and Stroke in Children

Winter 2017 | CNS Connections magazine

Transient ischemic attack (TIA) and stroke afflict millions of adults each year. In response, neurologists have conducted many clinical and basic science studies addressing the subject of cerebrovascular disease in...

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Improving Post-op Outcomes of Infants with Delayed Rewarming

Winter 2016 | CNS Connections magazine

To a greater extent than any of us would prefer, medicine is often practiced by habit. We do things the way they’ve always been done – because it’s the way...

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