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What is Pediatric Infection-Triggered Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorder?
Pediatric infection-triggered autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorder (PITAND), is characterized by the development of OCD-like symptoms, tics, and neuropsychiatric symptoms after a viral or bacterial infection. It is often grouped with PANS and PANDAS, although the terms may not be interchangeable.
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