dry beriberi

dry ber·i·ber·i

paraplegic beriberi, affecting chiefly the peripheral nerves; its clinical pattern is predominantly that of a polyneuropathy without associated congestive failure.
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From October 1993 to June 1994, 12,000 cases of peripheral neuropathy were detected among 85,000 Bhutanese refugees in Nepal and suspected to be dry beriberi [3].
GBS could have been mimicked by dry beriberi due to thiamine deficiency [20, 21].
Levy, "Dry beriberi mimicking Guillain-Barre syndrome as the first presenting sign of thiamine deficiency," European Journal of Neurology, vol.