These guidelines were developed as a resource for clinicians who provide ongoing healthcare to survivors of pediatric malignancies. They are appropriate for asymptomatic survivors of childhood, adolescent or young adult cancers presenting for routine exposure based medical follow-up. Importance Childhood lead exposure has been linked to disrupted brain development, but long-term consequences for structural brain integrity are unknown. Objective To test the hypothesis that childhood lead exposure is associated with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) measurements of lower structural integrity of the brain in midlife.
The mainstay of treatment is removal of the source. Chelation therapy is given if blood levels exceed 44 micrograms/dL in a child or 70 micrograms/dL in an adult, or if the patient is symptomatic. Acute lead encephalopathy is a medical emergency requiring aggressive chelation therapy in an intensive care setting.See full list on nhsinform.scot
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