A 10 month old baby presented with sudden onset non progressive neck flop for 1 day with no history of fever, convulsion or any cause of dyselectrolytemia like diarrhea, vomiting. Child had fever 10 days back. Patient can take feed normally. Power, tone and sensorium was normal. Deep tendon reflexes are brisk and pupils are reacting to light normally. Serum electrolytes and other baseline investigations are normal. CSF study shows normal findings. CT scan is also within normal range.
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Author :- ashfaq ahmad on 21 December 2014.
Answer :- insect bite

Author :- santanu roy on 21 December 2014.
Answer :- polio

Author :- ekram mukhtar on 23 December 2014.
Answer :- poliomyelitis

Author :- bharat patel on 24 December 2014.
Answer :- myasthenia gravis

Author :- Fathiya Juma on 25 December 2014.
Answer :- Acute myocytes Post viral infection

Author :- mohamed sakr on 27 December 2014.
Answer :- mennigitis

Author :- Gowri shankar on 27 December 2014.
Answer :- spine injury

Author :- Ashneel Singh on 29 December 2014.
Answer :- check for nodes...some enlarged cervical chain nodes since birth can give u that presentation...I had a patient with similar is 2 and a half now and just has prominent cervical chain nodes

Author :- casandra caceres on 29 December 2014.
Answer :- stroke

Author :- Andrea Frey on 29 December 2014.
Answer :- neuropathy

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