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(benign paroxysmal peritonitis)
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  • Abdominal epilepsy as an unusual cause of abdominal pain: a case report. [Journal Article]
  • AHAfr Health Sci 2016; 16(3):877-879
  • Yunus Y, Sefer U, … Yusuf E
  • CONCLUSIONS: The cause of chronic recurrent paroxymal abdominal pain is difficult for the clinicians to diagnose in childhood. A lot of disease may lead to paroxysmal gastrointestinal symptoms like familial mediterranean fever and porfiria. Abdominal epilepsy is one of the rare but easily treatable cause of abdominal pain.In conclusion, abdominal epilepsy should be suspected in children with recurrent abdominal pain.
  • Marshall syndrome in a young child, a reality: Case report. [Journal Article]
  • MMedicine (Baltimore) 2016; 95(44):e5065
  • Trandafir LM, Chiriac MI, … Rusu D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Pediatricians should consider the MS diagnosis in the context of recurrent fever episodes associated with at least one of the following symptoms: pharyngitis, cervical adenopathy or aphthous stomatitis. Despite the indication for tonsillectomy in young children being controversial, in this case the surgery led to the total remission of the disease.
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