Unusual trigeminal autonomic pain heralding hemichorea due to zoster sine Herpete vasculopathy.


BACKGROUND Varicella zoster virus primary infection is responsible for chickenpox, whereas secondary infection or reactivation can lead to a variety of clinical scenarios. If latent infection is established in trigeminal ganglion, the reactivation can determine viral migration to cerebral arteries, which causes a cerebral vasculopathy and subsequently an… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.pediatrneurol.2013.04.003


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