Generalized Nets in Child Neurology

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Generalized Nets in Child Neurology is a book by Joseph Sorsich, Anthony Shannon and Krassimir Atanassov, published in 2002 by the "Prof. Marin Drinov" Publishing House of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences under ISBN 954-430-906-3.

The book contains a series of generalized net models in child neurology and can be considered a continuation of the books Generalized Nets in Neurology (1997), Generalized Nets in General and Internal Medicine (volume 1: 1998, volume 2: 1999, volume 3: 2000). The models were prepared on the basis of the book "Decision Making in Child Neurology" by David W. Dunn and Leon G. Epstein, Toronto 1987.

Table of contents

  • Preface
  • CN01: Mental retardation
  • CN02: Progressive retardation
  • CN03: Episodic loss of function
  • CN04: Hallucinations and illusions
  • CN05: Coma
  • CN06: Episodic sleep disturbances
  • CN07: Insomnia
  • CN08: Hypersomnia
  • CN09: Enuresis
  • CN10: Macrocephaly
  • CN11: Microcephaly
  • CN12: Visual loss
  • CN13: Nystagmus
  • CN14: Diplopia, ocular misalignment
  • CN15: Pupillary disorders
  • CN16: Facial weakness
  • CN17: Vertigo
  • CN18: Speech disorders
  • CN19: Apnea
  • CN20: Acute weakness
  • CN21: Chronic weakness
  • CN22: Hypertonia
  • CN23: Hypotonia
  • CN24: Paraparesis and quadriparesis
  • CN25: Muscle cramps
  • CN26: Ataxia
  • CN27: Chorea
  • CN28: Tics
  • CN29: Myoclonus
  • CN30: Tremor
  • CN31: Dystonia
  • CN32: Torticollis
  • CN33: Acute headache
  • CN34: Chronic headache
  • CN35: Migraine
  • CN36: Back pain
  • CN37: Limb pain
  • CN38: Numbness and paresthesia
  • CN39: Asphyxia
  • CN40: Periventricular-intraventricular hemorrhage
  • CN41: Perinatal trauma
  • CN42: Brachial plexus injury
  • CN43: Neonatal seizure
  • CN44: The floppy infant
  • CN45: Phenylketonuria
  • CN46: Chromosomal anomalies
  • CN47: Myelodysplasia
  • CN48: Hydrocephalus
  • CN49: Shunt malfunction
  • CN50: Congenital joint contractures (arthrogryposis multiplex congenita)
  • CN51: Cerebral palsy
  • CN52: The first afebrile seizure
  • CN53: Febrile seizures
  • CN54: Infantile spasms
  • CN55: Minor motor seizures
  • CN56: Absence seizures
  • CN57: Generalized tonic clonic seizures
  • CN58: Partial seizures
  • CN59: Intractable seizures
  • CN60: Status epilepticus
  • CN61: Discontinuation of medication in children with epilepsy
  • CN62: The use of anticonvulsant drugs
  • CN63: Nonepileptiform paroxysmal disorders
  • CN64: Increased intracranial pressure
  • CN65: Posterior fossa (infratentorial) tumor
  • CN66: Midline cerebral tumor
  • CN67: Suprasellar and chiasmatic tumor
  • CN68: Hemispheric cerebral tumor
  • CN69: Optic pathway tumor
  • CN70: Neurofibromatosis
  • CN71: Tuberous sclerosis
  • CN72: Spinal cord tumor
  • CN73: Head trauma
  • CN74: Spinal cord trauma
  • CN75: Brain abscess
  • CN76: Possible meningitis
  • CN77: Neurological complications of bacterial meningitis
  • CN78: Encephalitis
  • CN79: Reye's syndrome
  • CN80: Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
  • CN81: Intrauterine torch infections
  • CN82: Language delay
  • CN83: Learning disability
  • CN84: Hyperactivity
  • CN85: Autism and childhood psychosis
  • CN86: Myopathy
  • CN87: Polymyositis (dermatomyositis)
  • CN88: Myasthenia gravis and myasthenia syndromes
  • CN89: Motor neuron disorders
  • CN90: Peripheral neuropathy
  • CN91: Failure to thrive
  • CN92: Scoliosis
  • CN93: Occlusive cerebrovascular disease
  • CN94: Heart disease
  • CN95: Near drowning and respiratory arrest
  • CN96: Renal disease
  • CN97: Leukemia: encephalopathy
  • CN98: Spinal cord lesions and cranial neuropathies in leukemia
  • CN99: Diabetes mellitus
  • CN100: Brain death
  • Bibliography