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Summary
CHILDHOOD CNS TUMORS DD
tumours in children are often initially misdiagnosed as more common
pediatric conditions, such as migraine, gastroenteritis, or psychologic
or behavioural problems [Goldman RD et al. 2017]
symptoms
ataxia
behavior, abnormal or bizarre, confusion
blindness, visual loss, visual impairment
eye movements, abnormal
gait disturbance
headache (severe, recurrent or occipital, migraine)
irritability
lethargy, drowsiness, malaise or sleep disorder
nausea
nystagmus
onset, childhood
onset, infancy
optic atrophy
seizures
vomiting
weight loss
laboratory finding
Literature
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Hamill RL,Woods JC, Cook BACongenital atransferrinemia. A case report and review of the literatureAm J Clin Pathol962215-2181991
Hayashi A,et al.Studies on familial hypotransferrinemia: unique clinical course and molecular pathologyAm J Hum Genet531201-2031993