acute neurologic illness

acute neurologic illness

Neurology A condition defined by the Natl Childhood Encephalopathy Study–UK as
1. Acute or subacute encephalitis, encephalomyelitis, encephalopathy–eg, postinfectious encephalitis but not pyogenic infection.
2. Unexplained loss of consciousness.
3. Convulsions lasting >12 hr, or followed by coma lasting ≥ 2 hrs or by paralysis or other neurologic signs not previously present.
4. Infantile spasms.
5. Reye syndrome See Encephalopathy.
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AFM case-patients were defined as children <21 years of age who had acute neurologic illness characterized by focal weakness of [greater than or equal to] 1 limbs, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings of spinal cord lesions largely restricted to gray matter, and no identified etiology, per CDC case definition (6,7,9,10).
Acute neurologic illness of unknown etiology in children--Colorado, August-September 2014.
Outbreaks of an unexplained acute neurologic illness affecting young children and associated with high case-fatality rates have been reported in the Muzaffarpur district of Bihar state in India since 1995.
Seasonal outbreaks of an unexplained acute neurologic illness affecting young children and associated with high case fatality have been reported from Muzaffarpur, India, since 1995.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued the alert in late September in response to an ongoing investigation in Colorado involving a cluster of nine children who have been hospitalized with acute neurologic illness. A 10th case was added to the cluster shortly thereafter, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health 8c Environment.
Acute neurologic illness with focal limb weakness of unknown etiology in children.
On September 12, 2014, CDC was notified by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment of a cluster of nine children evaluated at Children's Hospital Colorado with acute neurologic illness characterized by extremity weakness, cranial nerve dysfunction (e.g., diplopia, facial droop, dysphagia, or dysarthria), or both.
This cluster of acute neurologic illnesses occurred against a backdrop of detection of EV-D68 causing severe respiratory disease in many parts of the United States, including Colorado (1,2).
Eight children were admitted to Seattle Children's Hospital with acute neurologic illnesses, (http://www.kiro7.com/news/local/8-washington-children-admitted-to-seattle-childrens-with-acute-neurologic-illnesses_/462541357) KIRO-TV wrote Tuesday.
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