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  • Mononeuritis multiplex caused by Coxiella burnetii infection (Q fever). [Case Reports]
    Acta Neurol Scand 2002; 106(6):371-3Sommer JB, Schoerner C, … Hilz MJ
  • After 1 week of flu-like illness, a 64-year-old man developed rapidly progressive mononeuritis multiplex involving the right arm and both legs. Serologic studies identified Coxiella burnetii as the cause of the febrile disease (Q fever). Fourteen days doxycycline treatment (200 mg daily) induced rapid and complete recovery. After 6 months, flu-like symptoms, weakness and hypalgesia of the right l…
  • Cerebrospinal fluid pheresis in Guillain Barré syndrome. [Journal Article]
    Med Hypotheses 1992; 38(2):155-65Wollinsky KH, Hülser PJ, … Kornhuber HH
  • While plasmapheresis is established in the treatment of acute polyneuroradiculitis, disabling pareses may last long, persisting neurological deficits remain frequent, and costs and side-effects are considerable. Repeated filtration of cerebrospinal fluid may remove pathogenetically relevant cells and polypeptides. Observations in 12 severe Guillain-Barré patients treated with CSF pheresis indicat…
  • [Plasmapheresis therapy in Guillain-Barré polyneuroradiculitis]. [Case Reports]
    Schweiz Med Wochenschr 1988; 118(49):1854-8Zwahlen H, Quadri F, … Marone C
  • The outcome of Guillain-Barré polyneuritis is not always benign. Since no therapy of proven effectiveness is available and an immunologic etiology is presumed, plasma exchange treatment has been repeatedly used. We report on three patients with severe polyneuritis who were unable to walk. Two were also in acute respiratory failure. All the cases exhibited surprisingly good improvement correlating…
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