Žofia Kovácsová, Georgi Krastev
Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) is a inflammatory demyelinating monophasic disease of central nervous system that typically follows a febrile infection or vaccination. It is assumed that there is an autoimmune responses contribute to central nervous system infammation and subsequent demyelination. We present the case of 29 years old women who was admitted with acute onset of multifocal neurologic symptoms, which was preceded by a febrile infection. On the basis of additional examination with positive serology in the class IgA antibodies on mycoplasma pneumoniae and a finding on the magnetic resonance imaging of CNS was stated diagnosis of ADEM.