posterior leukoen-cephalopathy syndrome.
Understanding posterior reversible
encephalopathy syndrome in children: Case series and systematic review.
splenial lesion syndrome (RESLES): what's in a name?
PRES should then be promptly recognized and treated as clinical symptoms are potentially reversible
with timely management.
The concept of mixing both covalent and reversible
bonds to make a tough, self-healing rubber was proposed in theory by Cai but never shown experimentally because covalent and reversible
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A case of severe reversible
dilated cardiomyopathy associated with a large left ventricular thrombus in a young child possibly due to non-specific aortitis who successfully underwent stent angioplasty with no residual coarctation, with normal upper extremity blood pressures and improved LV size and function was reported by Ponniah et al.6 Our case highlights the importance of excluding the potential reversible
cause like coarctation, critical aortic stenosis, and aortitis before diagnosing Dilated Cardiomyopathy.7
ARQ 531 is an investigational, orally bioavailable, potent and reversible
Bruton's tyrosine kinase inhibitor.
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With an early diagnosis and the treatment of the underlying cause, the syndrome is usually completely reversible
. Recognizing PRES early in eclampsia is a matter of utmost importance as an urgent control of blood pressure will result in syndrome reversion.