- Friday, January 1, 1999
- Recurrent Spinal Shock Like Syndrome a Possible Convulsive Disorder?
- Published at:BULL.PALEST.CH.SOC.VOL4 JAN 1999
The case of a 7-month-old boy who had 5 episodes mimicking a spinal shock and followed up over 4 years is reported. Taking into consideration the normal neurological development the effect of anticonvulsive drugs and after excluding other hypothesis a convulsive disorder is advanced as the most plausible explanation.