Case 11: Could This Be Guillain-Barré Syndrome?

Dana Cummings, MD, PhDPreceptor: Thomas Crawford, MD


February 22, 2002

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A well-appearing girl, aged 2 years 10 months, presents with a 12-day history of "tired legs" that began after an upper respiratory infection. She also intermittently limps and refuses to walk, with no focal weakness or tenderness on exam and preserved deep tendon reflexes. ESR is elevated, and she has mild anemia.


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