Bingdi Xie

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Few objective methods have been utilized to identify the small myelinated fiber impairment causing neuropathic pain in Guillain–Barré syndrome (GBS). In this study, contact heat-evoked potentials (CHEPs) were applied to study the nociceptive pathway in GBS. Sixty GBS patients and fifty healthy controls were enrolled. The 60 GBS patients were divided into(More)
The widespread use of antibiotics in recent years has considerably modified the clinical features of neurosyphilis. Presently, atypical or masked forms of this disease often occur and obscure diagnosis, despite a thorough history and clinical work-up. Here, we report a patient with neurosyphilis presenting with psychotic symptoms who then developed status(More)
A 50-year-old woman was brought to medical attention because of fever, toothache, headache and impaired ambulation worsening over the previous week. On examination, she had the right III, IV, VI and left V1 cranial nerve palsy and left leg monoplegia. Head MRI, enhancement, MRA and MRV were done as in the figure below. Lumbar CSF culture revealed gram(More)
BACKGROUND Post-traumatic Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) is a rarely described potentially life-threatening cause of weakness. We sought to elucidate the clinical features and electrophysiological patterns of post-traumatic GBS as an aid to diagnosis. METHODS We retrospectively studied six patients diagnosed with post-traumatic GBS between 2014 and 2016 at(More)
Title: Clinical and electrophysiological features of post-traumatic Guillain-Barré syndrome Authors: Xiaowen Li (lixiaow2005@sina.com) Jinting Xiao (Xiaojinting1103@163.com) Yanan Ding (dingyanan911@163.com) Jing Xu (xujing301@sina.cn) Chuanxia Li (lcx880806@163.com) Yating He (361192703@qq.com) Hui Zhai (zhaihui2368@sina.com) Bingdi Xie (xbdlr@sina.com)(More)
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