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Reversible leucoencephalopathy
  1. Georgina Ann Bird-Lieberman
  1. Correspondence to Georgina Ann Bird-Lieberman, Department of Paediatric Neurology, Leeds General Infirmary, F Floor Martin Wing, LGI LS1 3EX, Leeds, UK; georgiebl{at}

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There are very few treatable/reversible disorders in paediatric neurology. PRES, a reversible leucoencephalopathy, however is one, and is being increasingly recognised and described in the literature. Its early recognition can prevent many unnecessary investigations but it is also important to be able to …

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