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    Let`s not forget CSF lactate

    The authors have done an impressive task by taking us through the physiological and biochemical basis and the clinical value of serum/blood lactate. However, I was hopeful that they would touch on CSF lactate as an important investigation tool, not only useful for paediatric neurologists but for general paediatricians alike.

    Lumbar puncture (LP) is commonly performed as part of the evaluation process of a chi...

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