Gabriela Griebl

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The swine-origin influenza A (H1N1) virus caused a pandemic infection in June 2009. The incidence of neurological complications due to H1N1 virus infection is unknown. Two cases of cervical acute myelopathy associated with H1N1 virus infection are reported. Both patients (male 29 years and female 24 years) suffered moderate to severe sensory and motor(More)
The bilateral anterior opercular (Foix-Chavany-Marie) syndrome is a rare condition most commonly encountered after bilateral middle cerebral artery stroke. Clinically, the syndrome is characterised by a loss of voluntary control of the facio-pharyngeo-glosso-masticatory muscles, while reflex movements and limb strength are preserved. We report the clinical(More)
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