Hanna Szmaglińska

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A case is reported of a 33-year-old man in whom Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBs) developed three weeks after a tick's sting. At the sting site typical for an early cutaneous type of Lyme borreliosis -- erythema migrans -- appeared. The demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy of GBs occurred after disappearance of erythema migrans, and was manifested by(More)
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