Management of Rare Case of Hemiplegya in Emergency Department

Background: While the most common cause of loss of consciousness in children and adolescents is neurally induced hypotension, which manifests clinically as vasovagal syncope, a thorough differential diagnosis is needed to rule out cardiac, neurological, or psychiatric causes of syncope. Case Report: An 8-year-old athlete with no significant personal background is transported to the emergency…
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March 17, 2021 0