Linda S. Nield, MD


PO 207


Lhermitte-Duclos Disease or Neoplasm?

June 01, 2007

A 5-month-old girl was brought to her local emergency department because she displayed increasing fussiness and back arching for 3 days. She vomited once and was febrile on the day of presentation. Meningitis was suspected. A lumbar puncture was performed. It revealed a cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) protein level of 120 mg/dL and a CSF white blood cell count of 10/µL, with 50% polymorphonuclear cells. Antibiotics were empirically administered, and the infant was transferred to a tertiary care facility for further treatment.

Cerebral Palsy: A Multisystem Review

January 01, 2007

Cerebral Palsy: A Multisystem Review

Pediatric Stroke: Evaluation, Treatment, and Follow-up

January 01, 2006

stroke, pediatric stroke

A Guide to Interventions for Pediatric Seizure Disorders

July 01, 2005

The Workforce Task Force of the American Academy of Neurology projects that the number of pediatric neurologists will be 20% below demand, at least through the year 2020

Adverse Effects of Antiepileptic Medications in Children: A Case Report and Review

July 01, 2005

On physical examination, the patient appeared well, except for the obvious diffuse rash. Erythematous macules, papules, and patches covered his extremities, face, trunk, palms, and soles. His conjunctivae, mucous membranes, and joints were normal, as were the results of cardiac, pulmonary, abdominal, and neurologic examinations. Several anterior and posterior cervical lymph nodes (0.5 to 1 cm) were present bilaterally.