This chapter will present a brief discussion of the major neurodiagnostic techniques as they relate to children. It is not meant to be a complete atlas of laboratory diagnosis, but to provide an overview of the use and abuse of special studies in pediatrics and the range of normal values expected in this age group. More detailed discussion of many procedures may be found in chapters relating to specific disease processes.
KeywordsVascular Malformation Acoustic Neuroma Cranial Vault Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis Apert Syndrome
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