Atypical Manifestations in Children with Guillain Barré Syndrome
1 ; 1 ; in Month : December (2019) Article No : snnsj-v1-1001
Cavalcante JBF, Cembraneli PN, Cavalcante RBF, Jú
Guillain Barré Syndrome (GBS) is an acute single-phase causal disease that occurs after an infection. An analysis ranges from 0.5-1.5/100,000 children, predominates in males. Initiatives with the limbs followed by progressive, symmetrical muscle weakness, with the principle of lower nodes (lower limbs). In children, the predominance is the difficulty of gait and greater involvement of the cranial pairs. Young children are difficult to diagnose because they have atypical complaints and a more challenging neurological examination. In case of suspicion, the patient should be hospitalized in a pediatric ICU, where he/she should remain monitored, with frequent surveillance and treatment should not be delayed, reducing the frequency and severity of complications.
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