Dengue fever complicated with Guillain-Barré syndrome: a case report and review of the literature.

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dengue fever 531 rashes. It is hyperendemic in Sri Lanka and has a major impact on health. Neurological complications of dengue fever are rare but have been reported in the literature.Case presentationA 60-year-old Sri Lankan man presented
dengue fever 1436 was positive.ConclusionsGuillain-Barré syndrome is a rare but possible neurological sequel following dengue fever . In regions where dengue is hyperendemic, screening for dengue illness may be important in patients
dengue fever 1774 arthralgia, headache, and rashes. It is a major global public heath challenge. Neurological manifestations of dengue fever are rare but have been reported in the medical literature.Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) is a demyelinating
dengue fever 2526 exchange and intravenous immunoglobulins are equally effective and a mainstay of management.Patients with dengue fever can develop acute flaccid paralysis as a complication. In regions where dengue is hyperendemic, screening
dengue fever 4268 With the compatible history, positive dengue antigen, leukopenia and thrombocytopenia, a diagnosis of dengue fever was made. Serology results for HIV, hepatitis B and a throat swab for influenza were negative.Nerve
dengue fever 6283 subtropic regions [[2]]. Dengue virus can cause a spectrum of disease varying from asymptomatic illness to dengue fever (DF) to the severe illness of dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) [[3]]. Dengue fever has become endemic
dengue fever 6593 decades [[4]].We describe a case of Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) associated with a proven episode of dengue fever . In this patient, dengue fever was not severe as our patient did not develop hemoconcentration and plasma
dengue fever 6624 of Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) associated with a proven episode of dengue fever. In this patient, dengue fever was not severe as our patient did not develop hemoconcentration and plasma leak. But he needed ventilatory
dengue fever 6831 ventilatory support following respiratory failure subsequent to GBS.Neurological manifestations of dengue fever are uncommon, but reported in the medical literature. Verma et al. described neurological complications
dengue fever 6987 literature. Verma et al. described neurological complications of patients with positive serology for dengue fever [[5]]. These were categorized into three groups on the basis of possible pathological mechanisms:Neurotrophic
dengue fever 7390 opsclonus myoclonus syndromeNeurological complications are reported to occur in 0.5–6% of cases with dengue fever [[6]].Guillain-Barré syndrome is an acute, frequently severe, mainly a demyelinating polyradiculopathy
dengue fever 7817 jejuni, Mycoplasma are commonly identified agents [[7]]. GBS is an uncommon neurological sequel of dengue fever and the neurological picture induced by the dengue virus is similar to GBS caused by other infections
dengue fever 7985 virus is similar to GBS caused by other infections [[8]].Fragoso et al. described ten cases of GBS with dengue fever . Neurological manifestations in this case series were often severe, but recovery was mostly as complete
dengue fever 8775 reported two cases of post dengue GBS; the first case was a 43-year-old woman with serologically confirmed dengue fever developing acute flaccid paralysis requiring assisted ventilation and the second case of a 51-year-old
dengue fever 9923 or axons of peripheral nerves. Pro-inflammatory cytokines that participate in the immune response of dengue fever may have an important role in the pathogenesis of GBS. These chemical substances such as TNF, complements,
dengue fever 10156 interleukins may have a causal role in etiopathogenesis of GBS [[16]]. Garg et al. reviewed 29 patients with dengue fever associated with GBS and the majority of the patients had low platelet counts while the patient is developing
dengue fever 10341 counts while the patient is developing the weakness, suggesting that GBS was a manifestation of acute dengue fever [[17]]. Similarly, our patient described in the current case report developed the weakness while having
dengue fever 10662 have a more important role than molecular mimicry as a post-infectious sequel in the pathogenesis of dengue fever .In a meta-analysis of six phase 2 trials comparing plasma exchange to supportive care alone in GBS found
dengue fever 11865 rarely present with various neurological manifestations. GBS is an uncommon neurological sequel of dengue fever , which is not well documented in medical literature globally. Thus our case report calls attention to
dengue fever 12033 globally. Thus our case report calls attention to the possibility of GBS may occur in association with dengue fever and the need to consider the possibility of dengue fever in a hyperendemic area in patients presenting
dengue fever 12090 possibility of GBS may occur in association with dengue fever and the need to consider the possibility of dengue fever in a hyperendemic area in patients presenting with acute flaccid paralysis
dengue hemorrhagic fever 6326 spectrum of disease varying from asymptomatic illness to dengue fever (DF) to the severe illness of dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) [[3]]. Dengue fever has become endemic in Sri Lanka since the 1960s and the incidence had increased
diarrhea 3186 could pass urine without difficulty and had no difficulty in breathing and coughing. He denied recent diarrhea l, respiratory illness or recent vaccinations. He was previously apparently well with no significant
hepatitis B 4317 antigen, leukopenia and thrombocytopenia, a diagnosis of dengue fever was made. Serology results for HIV, hepatitis B and a throat swab for influenza were negative.Nerve conduction studies revealed grossly delayed nerve

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