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Tuba1a Mutation

Lissencephalies comprise a rare subgroup of genetically distinct neurologic disorders of neuronal migration resulting in a paucity or absence of cerebral sulcation and gyration, along with abnormal histologic architecture of the cerebral cortex.

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Suboptimal Management Of CNS Infections

Infections of the central nervous system (CNS) can present with a wide variety of clinical symptoms and signs which are often non-specific, especially in infants and children.

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Speech And Language Delay

Hyperthyroidism is rare in pre-school children. Untreated, it can have a profound effect on normal growth and development, particularly in the first 2 years of life.

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Deletions And Mutations Of SOX11

SOX11 is a transcription factor proposed to play a role in brain development. The relevance of SOX11 to human developmental disorders was suggested by a recent report of SOX11 mutations in two patients with Coffin‐Siris syndrome.

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Sickle Cell Crisis

SCD is a very common autosomal recessive genetic disorder of red blood cells commonly affecting people of Afro-Caribbean descent.

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Proprotein Convertase Deficiency

Congenital diarrheal disorders (CDD’s) are a rare entity caused by various recessively inherited mutations and typically manifest in early stages of life

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Prolonged Video EEG

Prolonged Video-EEG in Identifying Paroxysmal Nonepileptic Events in Children With Epilepsy: A Useful Tool

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