Central Neurogenic Hyperventilation Related to Post-Hypoxic
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Central neurogenic hyperventilation (CNH) is a rare clinical condition, whose mechanism is still unclear. Here, we report a 3-year-old male patient, who had bilateral thalamic, putaminal and globus pallideal infarction resulted in CNH without brainstem involvement. This case may illustrate a possible role for the thalamus in regulating ventilation.

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CT scan +oxygen supplied what cranial pressure
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This CT when done
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