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Acute tumefactive demyelinating lesions in a pediatric patient with known diagnosis of multiple sclerosis: review of the literature and treatment proposal.

Tumefactive demyelinating lesions are a known but uncommon complication of multiple sclerosis, a disease rarely reported in children. This is the case of a 16-year-old African American patient with multiple sclerosis, who developed 2 tumefactive demyelinating lesions. Review of the literature and our own experience helped formulate an algorithm for therapeutic options during an acute attack.

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