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Dr. Eisrich Ádám 
Pediatrician,
specialist in pediatric neurology
Visiting hours:
Thursday 15-16

Neurology is the medial specialty that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of organic and functional diseases of the nervous system. Our child neurologist cares for children with a broad spectrum of neurological disorders. Complex neurological problems, sleep disorders, learning difficulties, developmental disorders, epilepsy, brain tumors, movement disorders, neurodegenerative conditions, neuromuscular diseases, migraine headaches, blackouts and other problems may occur during childhood. Symptoms may be evident even in infant and toddlers; New therapies are being developed at an increasing pace. Therefore it is more essential than ever to bring toddlers and children to the child neurologist specialist as quickly as possible for early diagnosis.

Common problems that should be referred to pediatric neurologist:

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  Complaints such as headaches, blurry vision, change in behavior, fatigue, change in balance or coordination, numbness or tingling in the arms or legs, decrease in movement of the arms or legs, slurred speech, weakness, tremor

§  Skull ossification disorders / fontanelle early closing - A baby's skull consists of five thin, curved bony plates that are held together by fibrous material called sutures. If any of the sutures close too early, it may affect normal skull development, sometimes resulting in a misshapen head or other problems.

  Delayed motor and cognitive development. These delays are significant lags in one or more areas of emotional, mental, or physical growth. If your child experiences a delay, early treatment is the best way to help him or her make progress or even to catch up.

  Headache - such as childhood chronic recurrent headaches, adolescent migraine

Dyskinesia – These are movement disorders that are characterized by involuntary muscle movements, such as tics or chorea and diminished voluntary movements, anything from a slight tremor of the hands to an uncontrollable movement of the upper body or lower extremities.

Epilepsy and seizures

 In premature infants, or in cases of complications related to the birth, in some cases specific development is required

Congenital malformations, chiari malformation, cranio-facial anomalies, spina bifida, hydrocephalus, spasticity and epilepsy, tumors of the brain and spine – most of these diseases require eventually neurosurgical investigation.

Children's nurological examination:

After understanding the medical history of neurological development of the infants, the doctr will test the neurological functions of the child. The examination occurs usually in a playful manner. Additional investigations and tests may be required (lab tests, imaging studies, etc..)

Last Updated on Saturday, 15 March 2014 08:49
 

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