Poliomyelitis-like illness due to Japanese encephalitis virus

@article{Solomon1998PoliomyelitislikeID,
  title={Poliomyelitis-like illness due to Japanese encephalitis virus},
  author={Tom Solomon and Rachel Kneen and Nguyen Minh Dung and Vo Cong Khanh and Tran Thi Diem Thuy and Do Quang Ha and Nicholas P. J. Day and Ananda Nisalak and David W. Vaughn and Nicholas J. White},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1998},
  volume={351},
  pages={1094-1097}
}

Acute Flaccid Paralysis as an Unusual Presenting Symptom of Japanese Encephalitis: A Case Report and Review of the Literature

From the experience of this case, it is cautioned that a history of vaccination for JE with the Nakayama strain may not provide a complete protection against natural infection in the community; and in Taiwan or any area where JE remains an endemic disease, Japanese virus encephalitis infection should be considered as a differential diagnosis in any adult presenting with acute flaccid paralysis.

Infectious causes of acute flaccid paralysis

Despite the near eradication of poliomyelitis, AFP caused by viruses remains an important clinical presentation, and distinguishing direct viral causes from GBS is important for public health reasons, and to avoid inappropriate therapies.

Clinical profiles and some associated factors of Japanese encephalitis in Bali

It showed that pig owning and rice farming were significantly associated with JE, and Pig owning and Rice farming are associated factors.

[Investigation of adenovirus isolation frequency from the stool samples of patients suspected with acute flaccid paralysis].

The frequencies of Adenovirus positivity between the patients and their contacts were statistically significant and in agreement with the studies that support the relationship of AdVs with AFP, it is obvious that further molecular and clinical studies are needed.

Clinical profile of acute flaccid paralysis.

Clinical course, cause and outcome of Acute Flaccid Paralysis in children in Bangladesh, where Guillain Barre Syndrome was the commonest followed by encephalomyelitis, were determined.

Acute flaccid paralysis as the initial manifestation of Japanese encephalitis: a case report.

JE needs to be added to the differential diagnosis of AFP initiating in an adult in JE endemic seasons and areas, following a case of AFP as the initial manifestation of JE in a Chinese patient.

Acute Flaccid Paralysis and West Nile Virus Infection

Clinical and electrodiagnostic data suggested the involvement of spinal anterior horn cells, resulting in a poliomyelitis-like syndrome, and in areas in which transmission is occurring, WNV infection should be considered in patients with acute flaccid paralysis.
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