Pediatric CNS demyelinating diseases

  • S. Tenembaum
    Corresponding author.
    Chief of Clinics of the Department of Neurology- at the National Paediatric Hospital Dr J. P. Garrahan, Department of Neurology, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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      Idiopathic inflammatory-demyelinating diseases (IIDDs) represent a broad spectrum of CNS disorders, including monophasic, multiphasic, and progressive diseases. When these IIDDs occur in a pediatric patient, the spectrum of disorders to be considered is much broader.
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