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Pediatric Neurology Articles

Pediatric Neurology and Medicine is an official peer reviewed journal for the rapid publication of innovative research covering all aspects of Pediatric Neurology and its related disorders. Pediatric Neurology Journal offers Open Access option to meet the needs of authors and maximize article visibility.

Being aware of your eminence in the field of Neurology through the article. It would be grateful for us if you would submit any of your new research, review or any type of article to our journal, which will definitely help our readers to can gain more knowledge on research update.

If you had any article ready to published, you can approach us through an email: pediatneuro@neurologyinsights.org and childneurology@neurologyjournals.org

Atypical Teratoid/Rhabdoid Tumor with Diffuse Leptomeningeal Carcinomatosis

We present a rare case of craniospinal atypical teratoid/rhabdoid tumor (ATRT) with leptomeningeal carcinomatosis in young adult. A previously healthy 25 year old man presented to the hospital after a one week history of intermittent confusion, intractable headache and a single new onset seizure. Two lumbar punctures were completed and both revealed elevated RBC, elevated protein and predominantly lymphocytic pleocytosis. https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/a-case-report-of-atypical-teratoidrhabdoid-tumor-with-diffuseleptomeningeal-carcinomatosis-and-review-of-current-literature-2472-100X-1000122.php?aid=90644Read full article at

Journal of Pediatric Neurology and Medicine-Volume 3 Issue 1

Journal of Pediatric Neurology and Medicine- ISSN: 2472-100X

We are truly obliged to introduce our Journal of Pediatric Neurology and Medicine (JPNM) which has been successfully running and publishing quality research and are looking forward to frame up an eminent, outstanding issue with best quality research articles for Open Access Readers.

JPNM publishes: Original research articles, Case Studies, Rapid communications, Critical reviews, Letters to the editor, Conference proceedings, Surveys, Opinions.

Journal of Pediatric Neurology and Medicine (JPNM) has released the Volume 2 Issue 3 in the month December. We are pleased to deliver table of contents alert for Journal of Pediatric Neurology and Medicine.

All the following articles are easily accessible in PDF, HTML formats
Volume 2, Issue 3 [Table of Contents]
Case Report
Title The Application of Density Spectral Array Monitoring in Digital Electroencephalography for Levetiracetam-Induced Non-Convulsive Status Epilepticus in a Patient with Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome
Author(s) Kenichi Isoda

Research Article
Title High Mobility Group Box 1 in Children with Acute Encephalopathy and Other Convulsive Diseases
Author(s) Shingo Oana, Hisashi Kawashima, Shinichiro Morichi, Yu Ishida, Gaku Yamanaka and Yasuyo Kashiwagi

Title The Current Situation of Diagnosis and Treatment of Tuberculosis in Childhood in China
Author(s) Fuyong Jiao and Yu Mengrao

Review Article
Title Late Diagnosis of Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy in a Child with Normal Apgar Scores
Author(s) Tahir Sheikh, Eric Hirsch, Daryl Duran and Ranga Krishna

JPNM solicits manuscript submission to be considered for publication in March issue (Volume 3 Issue 1).

If you want to submit your paper for upcoming issue you can submit through by e-mail at pediatneuro@neurologyinsights.org (or) please submit at: http://www.editorialmanager.com/medicaljournals/ by 15th March, 2018.

I will be pleased to hear back your positive response so that I could chalk out the further plans for your submitted or going to be submitted Articles to JPNM.

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Approach to Children with Acute Encephalopathy and Other Convulsive Diseases

HMGB1 is known as a representative of danger-associated molecular patterns (DAMPs), which play an important role in triggering inflammatory responses. In order to know the role of high mobility group box 1 (HMGB1) in children with acute encephalopathy and other neurological disorders we analyzed HMGB1 and other cytokines in serum and
cerebrospinal fluid. Comparing HMGB1 in Kawasaki disease as a control, serum levels in influenza-associated encephalopathy and West syndrome were significantly lower. However, two cases of influenza-associated encephalopathy having sequelae showed extremely high levels. The levels of HMGB1 in acute encephalopathy and purulent and aseptic meningitis in cerebrospinal fluid were low; however, they were significantly higher than those in West syndrome. Serum HMGB1 levels were correlated with those of interleukin-6 and interleukin-8 in cerebrospinal fluid. HMGB1 is suspected to have a pivotal role in pathophysiology of acute encephalopathy and other neurological disorders.

Density Spectral Array Monitoring in Digital Electroencephalography for a Patient with Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome

To analyze the density spectral array (DSA) on the digital electroencephalography (EEG) in a patient with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS) who developed non-convulsive status epilepticus (NCSE) after initiation of oral levetiracetam (LEV). Digital EEG was performed on the patient for a 30 min period during the daytime while he was asleep status without hypnotic drugs. The DSA, which incorporated a conventional program of the digital EEG, was sequentially evaluated. Management-strategies-for-Lennox-Gastaut-Syndrome

Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral nervous system connects the nerves from the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system) to the rest of the body, including the arms, hands, feet, legs, internal organs, mouth and face. The job of these nerves is to deliver signals about physical sensations back to your brain. Peripheral neuropathy is a disorder that occurs when these nerves malfunction because they are damaged or destroyed. This disrupts the nerves’ normal functioning. They might send signals of pain when there is nothing causing pain, or they might not send a pain signal even if something is harming you. This can be caused by injury, systemic illness, infection, or may be associated with an inherited disorder.drug-addiction-treatment