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(pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorder associated with streptococci)
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  • Tic Disorders and PANDAS. [Review]
    Semin Pediatr Neurol 2018; 25:25-33Blackburn JS
  • Tics are the most common movement disorder in childhood and are a frequent reason for referral to child neurology clinics. The purpose of this review is to examine the phenomenology of tics, discuss what is known regarding their genetic and pathophysiological causes and to evaluate current treatment options. The evidence for the evaluation and treatment of the controversial diagnosis of pediatric…
  • Secondary enuresis associated with chorea in a nigerian girl. [Case Reports]
    Indian J Psychol Med 2014; 36(3):324-5Aliyu I
  • Enuresis is a distressing psycho-social disorder. It is often a neglected disorder, and its effect on the psychosocial development of a child is often overlooked, especially in those of low socio-economic status. Its exact pathophysiology is not completely understood, but it has been related to the effect of dopamine in the basal ganglia. However, its association with pediatric autoimmune neurops…
  • Rheumatic fever, autoimmunity, and molecular mimicry: the streptococcal connection. [Review]
    Int Rev Immunol 2014 Jul-Aug; 33(4):314-29Cunningham MW
  • The group A streptococcus, Streptococcus pyogenes, and its link to autoimmune sequelae, has acquired a new level of understanding. Studies support the hypothesis that molecular mimicry between the group A streptococcus and heart or brain are important in directing immune responses in rheumatic fever. Rheumatic carditis, Sydenham chorea and a new group of behavioral disorders called pediatric auto…
  • Autoimmune neurological disorders associated with group-A beta-hemolytic streptococcal infection. [Case Reports]
    Brain Dev 2013; 35(7):670-4Hachiya Y, Miyata R, … Hayashi M
  • Although central nervous system (CNS) disorders associated with group-A beta-hemolytic streptococcal (GABHS) infection occur only rarely, Sydenham's chorea is a well-recognized disease that can arise following infection. Children may develop a tic, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and extrapyramidal movement subsequent to GABHS infection. These disorders have been termed pediatric autoimmune …
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