Introduction of the Department
The Neurology Department is the only independent department of pediatric neurology in Xinjiang now. It has 2 chief physicians, 1 associate chief physician, 2 attending physicians, 5 resident physicians. Equipped with 32 beds, it can admit and treat over 1,400 child patients every year, and over 50% of its patients are from Xinjiang and neighboring provinces.
Range of treatment: epilepsia, seizure caused by different origins, acute/chronic palsy, facioplegia, acquired aphasia, all kinds of peripheral neuropathy, inherited metabolic diseases, child headache, apsychia, paroxysm related to nervous system, all sorts of encephalitis and meningitis, developmental neurological function retardation, speech disorder, and refractory child neurological diseases.

Introduction to the Experts

 



Name: Gulixian
Job title: Chief Physician
Specialty: diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy, seizure caused by different origins, acute/chronic palsy, all kinds of peripheral neuropathy, paroxysmal diseases related to nervous system, all sorts of encephalitis and meningitis, neurological function developmental disorder, and speech disorder.

 



Name: Chen Xi
Job title: Chief Physician

 

Advanced instrument
American NICOLETONE video electroencephalograph: it remains as the most effective way of identifying the properties and types of paroxysmal diseases, and it is widely used as one of the important bases for epilepsy classification in the world.

   

 

Insomnia case

Case 1:
The patient, a two years and nine months old girl, was admitted for 4 days’ fever and 1 day’s dyskinesia on left-side limbs, and was diagnosed as having “immune encephalitis”. Thus, such therapies as glucocorticoid, immune glo0bulin, and trophic nerve support were administered. During the hospitalization, the patient’s symptoms got improved. After leaving the hospital, the patient kept taking glucocorticoid orally for 3 months. The case was cured in clinical sense.

 

 

The patient, a 16-year-old girl, was admitted for suffering from “distortion of commissure for 2 days”, and was diagnosed as “facioplegia”. Neurotrophic medicine and hormone were prescribed to relieve the patient’s neurotic edema in combination with acupuncture therapy. The symptoms disappeared after 1 month’s treatment.