Guillain

Guil·lain

(gē-yan[h]'),
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Guillain Barre' Syndrome without sensory loss (acute motor neuropathy).
Guillain Barre syndrome (GBS) is an acute autoimmune disease in which the peripheral nervous system is attacked by the immune system and IgG-antibodies.
Charlotte Guillain has written both fiction and non-fiction, Yuval Zommer transitioned from advertising to picture book illustration and they have teamed up here to produce this book which has an ingenious way of showing the layers of the earth under our towns and cities.
Guillain Barre Sendromu (GBS), periferik sinir sisteminin hizli progresif seyreden simetrik gucsuzluk ve arefleksi ile karakterize akut inflamatuar otoimmun bir hastaligidir.
He says there were also two confirmed cases of Zika-related Guillain Barre, which can cause temporary paralysis and in some cases death.
El eponimo proviene de la descripcion en 1916 por los neurologos franceses Georges Charles Guillain y Jean-Alexandre Barre.
This virus is called Guillain Barre, or, more specifically, acute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy.
Machida H, Shinohara T, Hatakeyama N, Okano Y, Nakano M, Tobiume M, Naruse K, Iwahara Y Ogushi E CD-5 Positive Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma Infiltrating the Central Nervous System Presenting Guillain Barre Like Syndrome after Chemotherapy.
INTRODUCTION: Guillain Barre Syndrome, a rare neurological syndrome that may occur in pregnancy either as a co-incidental or as an antecedent event.
The condition, which was discovered by French physicians Georges Guillain and Jean Alexandre Barre in 1916, meant even simple tasks such as writing left the dad-of-two in pain.
2001) Variants of the Guillain Barre syndrome: progress toward fulfilling "Koch's postulates".
Acute viral hepatitis A is uncommonly associated with various neurological manifestations like encephalitis, meningitis, myelitis, radiculitis, Guillain Barre Syndrome and mononeuritis multiplex.