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Com. org/. O. Box 262. Wynnewood, PA 19096. com. Tel: 610-667-0131. com/gbs. Proposed electrodiagnostic criteria for demyelination of peripheral nerve are included with the above, but are somewhat complex. A more recent and much simpler set88 is given in Chart A–3: acute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy 14 Chart A–2. Diagnostic Criteria for Guillain–Barre Syndrome (Acute Infectious Polyneuropathy) I. Features required for diagnosis A. Progressive motor weakness of more than one limb. The degree ranges from minimal weakness of the legs, with or without mild areflexia, to total paralysis of the muscles of all four extremities and the trunk, bulbar and facial paralysis, and external ophthalmoplegia.

Neuralgic amyotrophy. inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy. acute brachial neuropathy See acute atypical meningitis A manifestation of the initial direct infection acute brain stem (Bickerstaff) encephalitis See disseminated of the meninges or brain with HIV and presenting a self-limited syndrome of vasculomyelinopathy. 5676 Compartment syndromes may occur wherever muscles are overlaid by fascial coverings. The anterior tibial syndrome is the best known, but other sites include the supraspinatus, anconeus and forearm muscles, the abdomen, and the posterior thigh and foot.

Org/. O. Box 262. Wynnewood, PA 19096. com. Tel: 610-667-0131. com/gbs. Proposed electrodiagnostic criteria for demyelination of peripheral nerve are included with the above, but are somewhat complex. A more recent and much simpler set88 is given in Chart A–3: acute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy 14 Chart A–2. Diagnostic Criteria for Guillain–Barre Syndrome (Acute Infectious Polyneuropathy) I. Features required for diagnosis A. Progressive motor weakness of more than one limb. The degree ranges from minimal weakness of the legs, with or without mild areflexia, to total paralysis of the muscles of all four extremities and the trunk, bulbar and facial paralysis, and external ophthalmoplegia.

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