International OMS Study Group provides Consensus Statement on Methods for Diagnosing and Treating OMS

The International OMS Study Group, a body of OMS clinicians and scientists from around the world, published a report outlining the definition and clinical presentation of OMS, role of investigations in a patient presenting with OMS, treatment and management strategies including identification and support of long term sequelae.  This publication represents the collaborative efforts of seventeen renowned OMS experts from around the world.   You can access this publication at Diagnosis and Management of Opsoclonus-Myoclonus-Ataxia Syndrome in Children (