GB syndrome with herpes simplex infection

S Saraf, R K Singh
Indian Journal of Pediatrics 2001, 68 (9): 889-90
G.B. Syndrome is an acute flaccid lower motor neuron (LMN) paralysis. The diagnosis is based on clinical presentation, course of illness with supportive investigations. This article reports an uncommon case of GB Syndrome caused by HSV infection in a 2 yr-9 mth-old child and have analysed the natural history, etiopathology, treatment and prognosis of the disease.

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