Neurologic Complications of Chemotherapy
Leukemia, brain tumors (glioma, medulloblastoma), and neuroblastoma constitute the most common types of childhood cancers.
Neurologic Complications of Down Syndrome
Neurologic complications associated with Down syndrome include dystonia, epilepsy, psychiatric problems, cardiac defects, and auditory and visual defects.
Teenager With One-Sided Facial Flushing and Progressive Vision Loss in Left Eye
Sixteen-year-old African American boy with progressive loss of vision in the left eye over 2 weeks. He also had pain around the left orbit with some radiation to the temple. His mother reported that one side of his face appeared to be more flushed when he exerted himself; he had not seen a physician for this problem. He had no seizures or hemiparesis and was cognitively intact.
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