Does delayed facial involvement implicate a pattern of "descending reversible paralysis" in Fisher syndrome?

@article{Kim2015DoesDF,
  title={Does delayed facial involvement implicate a pattern of "descending reversible paralysis" in Fisher syndrome?},
  author={Jong Kuk Kim and Byung Jo Kim and Ha Young Shin and K J Shin and Tai-Seung Nam and Jung Im Seok and Bum Chun Suh and Jeeyoung Oh and Yeo Jung Kim and Jong Seok Bae},
  journal={Clinical neurology and neurosurgery},
  year={2015},
  volume={135},
  pages={1-5}
}
OBJECTIVE Delayed facial palsy (DFP) has often been described during the recovery stage of Fisher syndrome (FS), but the implications of DFP in FS pathophysiology have not been reported previously. The aim of this study was to identify the incidence and clinical course of DFP in FS, and to determine its clinical/pathophysiological implications in FS. METHODS About 71 FS patients were enrolled from seven university-based hospitals in Korea. DFP was defined with respect to new development of… CONTINUE READING
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