[Acute polyradiculoneuritis during primary herpes simple virus infection]

A Cosson, L Tatu, P Decavel, B Parratte, L Rumbach, G Monnier
Revue Neurologique 2002, 158 (8-9): 833-5
The herpes virus family, particularly cytomegalovirus and Epstein-Barr virus, are often associated with acute polyradiculoneuritis (APRN). APRN following primary herpes simplex virus infection is much more uncommon, viral reactivation generally being involved. We report a patient who developed APRN following herpes simplex virus primary infection, probably HSV II.

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