Acute multifocal motor neuropathy with early spontaneous recovery: a distinct syndrome from Guillain-Barré syndrome?


We describe a case of acute multifocal motor neuropathy with normal sensory conduction studies in the nerve segments of severe motor conduction block. Antiganglioside antibodies were not detected in serum and the patient recovered spontaneously. The clinical picture and course of time of the illness allowed the diagnosis of a Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS… (More)


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