Infantile Tremor Syndrome: A Case Report

Published on:January 2022
Indian Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2022; 15(1):xx-xx
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Infantile Tremor Syndrome: A Case Report

Authors and affiliation (s):

Syed Zia Inamdar1,*, Purnagopinath1, Vijaya Kumari1, Sunanda Nandikol1, Sushilkumar Londe1, Raghavendra Kulkarni1, Mallanagouda Patil2

1Department of Pharmacy Practice, BLDEA’s SSM College of Pharmacy and Research Centre, Vijayapura, Karnataka , INDIA.

2Department of Pediatrics, Shri B M Patil Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Vijayapura, Karnataka, INDIA.


Infantile Tremor Syndrome is a clinical state, characterized by anemia, skin depigmentation, tremors and developmental delay in children between age 5 months to 3 years. Nutritional deficiency is one of the most accepted theories, usually seen among breastfeeding vegetarian mothers. The present case report describes demographic, clinical, laboratory profile and treatment outcome of infantile tremor syndrome diagnosed in a 5 month old female child admitted to the pediatric ward of tertiary care hospital.

Key words: Infantile tremor syndrome, Nutrition, Vegetarian, Tremors, VitaminB12deficiency, Pediatric.


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