IVIG- responsive multiple cranial neuropathy: a pharyngo-facial variant of Guillain-Barré syndrome.

We report a case with symptoms of facial swelling, bilateral facial paralysis, dysphagia and aspiration. On electrophysiological studies, the right facial nerve was not excitable. The left facial nerve compound muscle action potential (CMAP) amplitude was severely dispersed and latency was mildly prolonged, consistent with demyelination. Cerebrospinal fluid… CONTINUE READING