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Pediatric Epilepsy Syndromes 11
A 9 year-old girl presents to your office accompanied by her parents. The parents state that on 3 occasions over the past several months, the girl has come into their room in the early morning, drooling and having difficulty talking, with a slight facial droop...
 
Pediatric Epilepsy Syndromes 10
A 6 year-old girl presents to your office accompanied by her parents. The parents state that on 4 occasions over the past several months, the girl has come into their room in the early morning, drooling and having difficulty talking, with a slight facial droop...
 
Pediatric Epilepsy Syndromes 09
An 8 year-old girl presents to your office accompanied by her parents. The parents state that on 2 occasions over the past several months, the girl has come into their room in the early morning, drooling and having difficulty talking, with a slight facial droop...
 
Pediatric Brain Tumor Pathology 01
A developmentally delayed 4 year-old male presents with several months of worsening seizures and headaches. A head CT reveals a large mass with areas of calcification. The mass is removed surgically. The image above shows an H&E stain of a section taken from the mass...
 
Myopathies 04
The image above shows an electron micrograph of a skeletal muscle biopsy. Which of the following statements about this condition is most accurate
 
Inborn Errors of Metabolism 04
A 6 month old child is admitted to the hospital with sepsis. The pediatric resident notices a seizure, and calls a neurology consult. The patient's father states that the patient's birth was normal except for hypothermia. Over the ensuing months,...
 
Neurooncology Most Commons 01
Which of the following is the most common pediatric central nervous system glial neoplasm
 
Neurooncology 01
Which of the following statements about intracranial tumors is most accurate
 
Pediatric Epilepsy Syndromes 08
A 13 year old girl presents after having a generalized tonic-clonic seizure.  She has noticed that, when she brushes her teeth or combs her hair in the morning, she occasionally experiences a brief, involuntary jerk in her upper extremities.  Past medical history is otherwise unremarkable...
 
Pediatric Epilepsy Syndromes 07
A 16 year old girl presents after having a generalized tonic-clonic seizure.  She has noticed that, when she brushes her teeth or combs her hair in the morning, she occasionally experiences a brief, involuntary jerk in her upper extremities.  Past medical history is otherwise unremarkable...
 
Pediatric Epilepsy Syndromes 05
A 9 year old girl presents to your office accompanied by her parents. The parents state that she has been having frequent staring spells. Past medical history is otherwise unremarkable. There is no family history of seizures. Exam is normal. You obtain an...
 
Pediatric Epilepsy Syndromes 06
A 6 year old girl presents to your office.  The parents state that the child has been having frequent staring spells. Past medical history is otherwise unremarkable. There is no family history of seizures. Exam is normal. You obtain an EEG, which shows the...
 
Pediatric Epilepsy Syndromes 04
An 8 year old girl presents to your office accompanied by her parents.  The parents state that on 2 occasions over the last several months, the girl has come into their room in the early morning, drooling and having difficulty talking, with a slight droop on the right side of her face...
 
Pediatric Epilepsy Syndromes 03
An 8 year old girl presents to your office accompanied by her parents.  The parents state that on 2 occasions over the last several months, the girl has come into their room in the early morning, drooling and having difficulty talking, with a slight droop on the right side of her face...
 
Pediatric Epilepsy Syndromes 02
What is the most common form of focal epilepsy in children
 
Pediatric Epilepsy Syndromes 01
A 2 month old infant presents with tonic spasms and myoclonic seizures. EEG shows a burst-suppression pattern. Which of the following pediatric epilepsy syndromes does this patient have
 
Pediatric EEGs 01
This is the EEG from a 10-year old patient in the ICU. He is intubated and unresponsive. What is the diagnosis
 
Pediatric EEGs 02
This EEG was recorded from an awake pediatric patient. What clinical features is this child most likely to have
 
Pediatric EEGs 03
This EEG, recorded from an awake pediatric patient, is most characteristic of which of the following diagnoses
 



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