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Guillain–Barré syndrome

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Georges Guillain, together with Barré and Strohl, described two cases of self-limiting acute paralysis with peculiar changes in the cerebrospinal fluid

Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) is defined as a group of clinical syndromes with acute onset of peripheral neuropathy – axonal or demyelinating – secondary to an immune-mediated process[1] Plasma exchange has been widely used in autoimmune neurological diseases and is the standard treatment for myasthenia gravis crisis and GBS [2] Bulbar involvement, dysautonomia and severe muscle weakness were identified as the most important risk factors for mechanical ventilation among GBS[3]

Haber et al (2004) have been observed GBS after influenza-vacination. A rare case report of transient oculomotor palsy after an influenza vaccine in an inflammatory bowel disease patient was recently observed.[4]

Disease classification WHO
G61.0 Guillain-Barré syndrome

Links

Sodium fusidate in Gillain-Barré syndrome: a case report PDF

Guillain-Barré syndrome in a patient of acute Hepatitis E virus infection associated with genotype 1: Case report and literature review.PDF

Prevalence and outcomes of Guillain-Barré syndrome among pediatrics in Saudi Arabia: a 10-year retrospective study PDF

Variant Guillain-Barré syndrome in a patient with Hodgkin lymphoma: AMSAN PDF

Virus-triggered spinal cord demyelination is followed by a peripheral neuropathy resembling features of Guillain-Barré Syndrome PDF

Yuting Yiang et al. Application of Plasma Exchange in Steroid-Responsive Encephalopathy PDF

Virus-triggered spinal cord demyelination is followed by a peripheral neuropathy resembling features of Guillain-Barré Syndrome

Risk factors for respiratory failure in Guillain-Barré syndrome in Bangladesh: a prospective study PDF

Oculomotor Nerve Palsy After Influenza Vaccine in Inflammatory Bowel Disease.

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References

References:
  1. Safiyyah Asiri et al.2019
  2. Jiang Y et al 2019 Application of Plasma Exchange in Steroid-Responsive Encephalopathy.
  3. Islam Z et al.2019
  4. Essrati et al.2018