Guillain-Barré syndrome

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Guillain-Barré syndrome

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Is headache a common symptom in Miller Fisher syndrome? two case reports.
Mimics and chamaleons in Guillain-Barre and Miller Fisher syndromes. Pract Neurol 2015; 15(2):90-99.
To conclude, a thorough proper history taking, complete physical examination and proper relevant investigations are required to be done so as to diagnose these rare but interesting neurologic disorder which is known as Miller Fisher Syndrome. Though gradual complete recovery is the usual outcome, life-threatening complications can occur if not treated properly at the earliest time.
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Miller Fisher syndrome, internal and external ophthalmoplegia after flu vaccination.
(2001) Clinical features and prognosis of Miller Fisher syndrome. Neurology 56, 11041106.
(1994) Immunoglobulin subclass distribution and binding characteristics of anti-GQ1b antibodies in Miller Fisher syndrome. J.
Miller Fisher syndrome in adult onset Still's disease: case report and review of the literature of other neurological manifestations.
Unilateral external ophtalmoplegia in Miller Fisher syndrome: case report.