Guillain-Barre syndrome following serological evidence of hepatitis A in a child

  title={Guillain-Barre syndrome following serological evidence of hepatitis A in a child},
  author={J. Azuri and T. Lerman-Sagie and A. Mizrahi and Y. Bujanover},
  journal={European Journal of Pediatrics},
which may be the consequence of reduced vascular resistance, as has been reported in patients with acromegaly [6]. However, the increase in cardiac output was not associated with a hyperkinetic syndrome, as reported previously in patients with excess GH. Our preliminary results show that patients with dilated cardiomyopathy may pro®t from GH treatment, but larger, controlled clinical trials of longer duration are needed to assess the long-term e€ect of GH, treatment modalities, dosage and… Expand
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