An increasingly common finding amongst end-stage renal disease patients, the posterior reversible encephalopathic syndrome (PRES) is a neuroradiographic finding that is not necessarily limited to the posterior portions of the brain nor reversible. This review article highlights our current understanding of this clinical entity.

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Title: Reversible posterior leukoencephalopathy syndrome: a misnomer reviewed
Citation: Internal Medicine Journal 2005, Volume 35, pp. 83–90
Date Created: 2005
Revisions: None Indicated
Disclaimers: None Indicated (see page 89)
Resource Type: Text

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