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  1. Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood (International Review of Child Neurology) by Frederick Andermann, Jean Aicardi, 1995-01
  2. The Official Parent's Sourcebook on Alternating Hemiplegia: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-09-16
  3. Alternating hemiplegia: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Neurological Disorders</i> by Rosalyn, MD Carson-Dewitt, 2005
  4. The Official Parent's Sourcebook on Alternating Hemiplegia **ISBN: 9780597830273** by Icon Health Publications, 2002-09-01

61. FOREP - Obiettivi Raggiunti
Translate this page alternating hemiplegia - Roma, 22-23 gennaio 1992 - il volume degli atti, “AlternatingHemiplegia in Childhood”, è stato pubblicato dalla Raven Press di

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La FOREP ha ottenuto dalla Regione Lazio una Legge specifica per le persone con epilessia (Legge n. 36 del 03.04.1990) che prevede l’istituzione di un Centro di Riferimento , identificato nella , diretta da Mario Manfredi. La Legge prevede anche di garantire ai soggetti con epilessia “forme di assistenza specifica integrativa degli interventi del Servizio Sanitario Regionale”. A questo scopo la FOREP CONGRESSI La FOREP Fino ad ora sono stati tenuti, con il contributo promozionale e finanziario dell’Associazione, i seguenti congressi:
  • Alternating Hemiplegia Epilessia oggi nel Lazio - Roma, 19 marzo 1993; Epilessia e Sport - Formia, 13-16 maggio 1993 - in collaborazione con la Lega Italiana contro l’Epilessia; Sindrome di Landau-Kleffner - Roma, 21 giugno 1993; Terapia dell’epilessia nuovi farmaci e strategie chirurgiche - Roma, 25 novembre 1994;

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Hemiplegia is a disorder in which one side of the body is paralysed. Hemiplegia is also called as Stroke or Paralysis. The name hemiplegia comes from a Greek word meaning "half stroke", paralysis of one side of the body caused by injury to the corticospinal (pyramidal) tracts of the central nervous system. The corticospinal and associated motor tracts extend from the cerebral cortex to the lower end of the spinal cord, and their injury may be due to blood vessel disease, wounds, tumours, or abscesses. The location of the injury can usually be deduced from the particular body parts paralysed and the other effects (e.g., speech defect) are observed. The most common cause of hemiplegia is damage to the corticospinal (pyramidal) tracts and associated motor tracts in one hemisphere of the brain. This obstruction can be from obstruction (blood clot, or thrombosis) or rupture (cerebral hemorrhage) of a major cerebral artery. Brain tumour is another but less common cause of hemiplegia and develops and increases in severity gradually over a period of weeks or months. When the lesion is in the left hemisphere in a right-handed person, the resulting right hemiplegia is often associated with one of the various forms of aphasia, such as inability to sound words, to write, or to read.
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    68. EMedicine - Childhood Migraine Variants : Article By Wendy G Mitchell, MD
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    69. EMedicine - Migraine Variants : Article By Gretchen L Birbeck, MD
    Familial hemiplegic migraine is reported in all age groups. Its relationshipto alternating hemiplegia of childhood is unclear.
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    Berit was born with a disease called alternating hemiplegia of Childhood, orAHC. Donations were made to the alternating hemiplegia Foundation, or AHF.
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    When the huge decorated tree (above left) in Katie and Steve Lundeen's home in The Farm was lit Dec. 1, the annual event was a kickoff for "Buy a Light for Berit's Bright Future," a fundraiser to help fight and find a cure for Alternation Hemiplegia of Childhood, a disease afflicting 14-month-old Berit Cooper (above right). by Carrie Phelps
    With rosy cheeks and eyes dancing, the children of a Woodinville neighborhood looked up expectantly as the holiday season was switched on Dec. 1. A 50-foot Colorado Blue Spruce stood center stage and was set aglow with the energy of 2,000 white lights. As the tree was lit, the children cheered and raced around the tree as the caroling grew louder on Hollywood Hill in the community known as "The Farm."
    The lighting ceremony took place in the front yard of Katie and Steve Lundeen. This year marks the third year the Woodinville couple has hosted the neighborhood with hot cider, cookies, and caroling.
    "It's such a nice way to gather the children of our friends and neighbors together as the holidays approach," said Katie Lundeen. "This year has special meaning for us because the child of a good friend and neighbor needs our help."

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