TITLE

NEUROLOGICAL PICTURE: Harlequin syndrome

AUTHOR(S)
CORBETT, M.; ABERNETHY, D. A.
PUB. DATE
April 1999
SOURCE
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry;Apr1999, p544
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
No abstract available.
ACCESSION #
66699777

 

Related Articles

  • Idiopatyczny zespół Harlequina - opis przypadku. Grochowiec, Marcelina; Pakla-Misiur, Agata; Narbutt, Joanna // Dermatology Review / Przeglad Dermatologiczny;2015, Vol. 102 Issue 3, p340 

    Introduction. Harlequin syndrome is a very rare neurological condition characterized by redness and excessive sweating of one half of the face in response to exercise and emotions. In most cases this disorder is not life-threatening. Objective. To present diagnostic difficulties of Harlequin...

  • Harlequin Syndrome as a Complication of Epidural Anesthesia. BOLING, BRYAN; KEY, CHRISTOPHER; WAINSCCTT, JUSTIN; REBEL, ANNETTE // Critical Care Nurse;Jun2014, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p57 

    Harlequin syndrome is a rare neurological condition that results in unilateral facial flushing and sweating. Although the syndrome is generally a benign condition with complete resolution if appropriate treatment is initiated, unilateral facial flushing can be a sign of several serious...

  • A pediatric case of idiopathic Harlequin syndrome. Ju Young Kim; Moon Souk Lee; Seung Yeon Kim; Hyun Jung Kim; Soo Jin Lee; Chur Woo You; Jon Soo Kim; Ju Hyung Kang // Korean Journal of Pediatrics;2016, Vol. 59 Issue Suppl1, pS125 

    Harlequin syndrome, which is a rare disorder caused by dysfunction of the autonomic system, manifests as asymmetric facial flushing and sweating in response to heat, exercise, or emotional factors. The syndrome may be primary (idiopathic) with a benign course, or can occur secondary to...

  • Christian Albrecht Jensen (1792–1870): An artistic illustration of Foville’s syndrome. Stenager, Egon // Journal of Medical Biography;Feb2016, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p125 

    Foville’s syndrome, a neurological brainstem syndrome, was described in France in 1858. By chance, a talented portrait painter, CA Jensen, probably illustrated the syndrome at the same time in Copenhagen. This note illustrates the importance of observation in both neurology and art and...

  • POH03 A face marred by sweat: only half the story. K Ali // Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry;Nov2010, Vol. 81 Issue 11, pe51 

    Harlequin syndrome is considered to be an idiopathic, benign condition characterised by sudden onset hemifacial sweating and flushing induced by exercise and heat. In light of this we describe a 17-year-old man who presented due to social embarrassment after a 3-year history of troublesome...

  • Harlequin syndrome. Lance, James W. // Practical Neurology;Jun2005, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p176 

    Provides an overview on Harlequin syndrome, a severe form of congenital ichtyhosis with rudimentary ears, ectropian and fish mouth appearance. History of the condition; Symptoms of the disease; Application of the term "Harlequin colour change" by pediatricians to vasomotor instability in the...

  • Wasps looking down the barrel. Sam Peters // Mail on Sunday;4/15/2012, p17 

    33 HARLEQUINS

  • O'Shea becomes pride of England. George Moore // Mail on Sunday;5/27/2012, p64 

    HARLEQUINS 30

  • Quins are crowned the kings.  // Mail on Sunday;5/27/2012, p100 

    HARLEQUINS 30

  • Cipriani is upstaged by Gray. Bill Day // Mail on Sunday;9/16/2012, p17 

    HARLEQUINS 37

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics