postencephalitic

post·en·ceph·a·lit·ic

(pōst'en-sef'ă-lit'ik),
Following encephalitis.
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Postencephalitic parkinsonism was widespread around the world as a sequelae to the pandemic of von Economo's encephalitis in the years around the 1920s.
Yahr, "Postencephalitic parkinsonism-a review," Journal of Neural Transmission, vol.
The patient, who was totally dependent for personal care and instrumental activities of daily living, was diagnosed with postencephalitic dementia.
Unrecognized hypopituitarism may be misdiagnosed as persistent neurologic sequel or cognitive impairment in TBI; pituitary abscess can be misinterpreted as a pituitary adenoma, while pituitary insufficiency following meningoencephalitis may be misunderstood as postencephalitic syndrome.
13 patients had already received treatment for meningitis from outside and later diagnosed as partially treated septic meningitis, 5 patients were already receiving antitubercular treatment and had neurological sequelae, 2 patients had postencephalitic sequelae and 2 patients were diagnosed as acute leukemia.
This protein is implicated in neurodegeneration in many disorders, such as AD, progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), corticobasal degeneration (CBD), Pick's disease (PiD), Down's syndrome (DS), postencephalitic Parkinsonism, and Niemann-Pick disease [34-36].
In the rest of the three (30%) cases, causes for symptomatic epilepsy were, sub-acute sclerosing panencephalitis, postencephalitic sequel and myoclonic encephalopathy.
Infectious or inflammatory states: Rheumatic chorea (Sydenham's chorea or Saint Vitus' dance), infectious or autoimmune encephalitic or postencephalitic states, lupus cerebritis, multiple sclerosis
* Central Nervous System Problems that include encephalitis, postencephalitic Parkinson's disease, Guillain-Barre syndrome, and possibly amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
* Secondary parkinsonism, which includes drug-induced parkinsonism and postencephalitic parkinsonism
Epidemiologic studies have associated early-life viral infections to postencephalitic PD; case reports, on the other hand, tend to relate viral infections to the development of acute parkinsonism (Bhatt et al.
Some of the past names have been Postencephalitic Behavior Disorder (1920s), Minimal Brain Dysfunction (1960s), Hyperkinetic Reaction to Childhood (1968), and Attention Deficit Disorder with and without hyperactivity (1980).