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A Case of a Child with Seizure caused by Organophosphate Poisoning

Jang JH, Lee Y, Lee JH, Oh JH, Kim JH, Yoo IH

Seizure is a temporary symptom or sign which is caused by an abnormal electrical stimulation of brain. Depending on whether a seizure has preceding factors or not, it can be...
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Recovery without Neurological Sequelae in Fulminant Cerebral Edema in Pediatric Encephalitis with Human Herpesvirus Type 6

Park SM, Kim DH, Kwon YS

Viral encephalitis can lead to serious neurological sequelae and death among younger children. It is also known that the mortality rate in encephalitis with cerebral edema or transtentorial brain herniation...
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A Novel c.6766_6767insAA Mutation in the Neurofibromin Gene in a Patient with Neurofibromatosis Type 1-Associated Glioblastoma

Yang EH, Kim YM, Kim KJ, Cha SH, Kwak MJ

Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF-1) is an autosomal dominant neurocutaneous syndrome caused by mutations in the neurofibromin gene. NF-1 patients have a high risk of tumors, and optic glioma is the...
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Clinical Features of Herpes Zoster in Children according to Immune Status

Choi YB, Kim DH, Kwon YS

PURPOSE: Herpes zoster appears in all ages and its incidence progressively increase. It is more common in elderly people or immunocompromised people and can be accompanied by serious complications. This...
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Usefulness of Early Neurodevelopmental Testing for High-Risk Neonates

Lee KE, Woo JH, Shin JH, Choi EK, Choi SE, Kim JY, Choi BM, Eun SH

PURPOSE: To identify the significance of the 12-month developmental assessment in high-risk neonates by comparing their 12 month and later childhood development. METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed the records of high risk...
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Reconsideration of Diagnostic Lumbar Puncture in Childhood Enteroviral Meningitis

Nam JW, Kim TS, Kim JY, Kim JS

PURPOSE: Despite the fact that enteroviral meningitis is the most common cause of meningitis in children with signs of meningeal irritation and has benign course, most clinicians routinely perform an...
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Neurological Outcome of Ischemic Stroke in Children: a Single Center Study

Hong SH, Chang SH, Jung ES, Kim YO, Choi YY, Woo YJ

PURPOSE: Ischemic stroke is rarely seen in children, but it could cause mortality and result in developmental disabilities such as motor paralysis, cognitive dysfunction, and epilepsy. In this study, the...
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Analysis of Risk Factors for Developmental Delay in Preterm Infants Using Screening Test

Choi SE, Lee KH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify the risk factors for developmental delays in preterm infants. METHODS: We studied 151 preterm infants admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit...
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Smart Device Usage-Related Factors are Correlated with Self-Regulation Ability in Early Childhood

Cho SY, So HJ, Lim SM, Koh MS, Song KY, Moon JH

PURPOSE: To investigate the relationship between the smart devices usage-related factors and self-regulation ability development in early childhood. METHODS: Parental questionnaires of 187 children aged 3–6 years were analyzed. The metrics...
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Resting-State Electroencephalography (EEG) Functional Connectivity Analysis

Kim H, Hwang H

Advances in network science and computer engineering have enabled brain connectivity analysis using clinical big data such as brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), electroencephalography (EEG), or magnetoencephalography (MEG). Resting-state functional...
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