Early Electrodiagnostic Findings of Guillain Barre Syndrome

@inproceedings{Geetanjali2013EarlyEF,
  title={Early Electrodiagnostic Findings of Guillain Barre Syndrome},
  author={S Narkhedkar Geetanjali and Sood Sushma and Sharma B. Sudhir},
  year={2013}
}
GBS is an auto-immune mediated de-myelinating polyradiculoneuropathy. Males & females are equally at risk. Clinical features include progressive, symmetrical ascending muscle weakness of more than two limbs, areflexia with or without sensory, autonomic and brainstem abnormalities (Table 1). Weakness is prominent in leg muscles as compared to arms; there is absence of fever at the onset of neural symptoms. Cranial nerve involvement may affect airway and facial muscles, eye movements and… CONTINUE READING
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