Long-term neuropsychologic and health outcomes of children with facial nerve palsy attributable to Lyme disease.

@article{Vzquez2003LongtermNA,
  title={Long-term neuropsychologic and health outcomes of children with facial nerve palsy attributable to Lyme disease.},
  author={Marietta V{\'a}zquez and S. Sparrow and Eugene D. Shapiro},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2003},
  volume={112 2},
  pages={e93-7}
}
BACKGROUND There is little information about the long-term outcomes of children with facial nerve palsy attributable to Lyme disease, a group putatively at high risk for poor neurologic outcomes. OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study is to assess the long-term neuropsychologic and health outcomes of children with facial nerve palsy attributable to Lyme disease. METHODS We conducted a matched cross-sectional study of children with facial nerve palsy in Connecticut who met the Centers for… CONTINUE READING
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