Lyme Disease Neurologic Syndromes

J Gordon Millichap
1994 Pediatric Neurology Briefs  
29% at birth to 15% at 6 hours of age. Prothrombin time was >100 sec. Cranial ultrasound showed hemorrhage in the tentorium and hydrocephalus. CT also revealed a large cerebellar hemorrhage. Clinical findings included multiple ecchymoses, gastric hemorrhage, hematuria, a tense fontanelle, head circumference at the 95th percentile, hypotonia, and ocular bobbing and nystagmus. Transfusion, a second injection of vitamin K, and ventriculoperitoneal shunt were followed by recovery and discharge in
more » ... and discharge in care of grandmother on day 23. (Karlowicz MG, White LE. Severe intracranial hemorrhage in a term neonate associated with maternal acetylsalicylic acid ingestion. Clin Pediatr Dec 1993:32:740-743). (Respond: M
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