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What is myalgic encephalomyelitis and what are its symptoms?

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In brief: ?myalgic

I have never heard the term "myalgic".
The correct terminology is adem, acute demyelinating encephalomyelitis, which occurs mainly in children following an upper respiratory tract infection or vaccination. Fever, headache, imbalance, double vision, problems with speech and swallowing occur. Biggest concern maybe whether the episode is the onset on multiple sclerosis.

In brief: ?myalgic

I have never heard the term "myalgic".
The correct terminology is adem, acute demyelinating encephalomyelitis, which occurs mainly in children following an upper respiratory tract infection or vaccination. Fever, headache, imbalance, double vision, problems with speech and swallowing occur. Biggest concern maybe whether the episode is the onset on multiple sclerosis.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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