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Guillain-Barre Syndrome: Review of Clinical Cases

For citation: S. A. Berns, K. V. Zverev, P. A. Talyzin, M. F. Talyzina, A. S. Tektova, R. R. Kurganov. Guillain-Barre Syndrome: Review of Clinical Cases. Doctor.Ru. 2017; 1(130): 16–19.
22 february 2017

Purpose of the Paper: To describe clinical cases of Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) treated at the Neuroresuscitation Department, M. E. Zhadkevich City Clinical Hospital, Moscow City Department of Health.

Key Points: Between February and October 2015, five patients with GBS were treated and observed at the Neuroresuscitation and Neurology Departments, M. E. Zhadkevich City Clinical Hospital, Moscow Department of Healthcare. At the time of hospitalization, these patients had different admission diagnoses, including stroke (2 cases), vertebrobasilar insufficiency, lumbar dorsopathy with associated sensory disturbances, and Quincke's edema. Four out of these five patients had a prior infection. Four of the patients were discharged in moderately severe condition with persistent signs of quadriparesis. One patient died due to complications of the disease. During treatment, four patients required mechanical ventilation; four out of the five patients received intravenous immunoglobulin G.

Conclusion: Despite the relatively low prevalence of GBS, it is important to emphasize that specialists should remain alert to this condition. Special attention should be paid to young patients who are brought to the hospital with clinical signs of ascending paresis.

S. A. Berns — A. I. Yevdokimov Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry. E-mail: svberns@yandex.ru

K. V. Zverev — M. E. Zhadkevich City Clinical Hospital, Moscow City Department of Health. E-mail: 7498359@mail.ru

P. A. Talyzin — M. E. Zhadkevich City Clinical Hospital, Moscow City Department of Health. E-mail: talyzinpavel@yandex.com

M. F. Talyzina — M. E. Zhadkevich City Clinical Hospital, Moscow City Department of Health. E-mail: talyzina.maria@gmail.com

A. S. Tektova — A. I. Yevdokimov Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry. E-mail: bandolera1@list.ru

R. R. Kurganov — M. E. Zhadkevich City Clinical Hospital, Moscow City Department of Health. E-mail: ruslankurganov.7@gmail.com

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