Dengue virus infections are known to manifest in three main forms: - Dengue with or without warning signs and severe Dengue fever. All three presentations of the disease usually recover uneventfully if accepted protocols are adhered to. Uncommon manifestations of dengue fever, including neurological sequelae such as mononeuropathy, encephalopathy, transverse myelitis, polyradiculopathy and Guillain-Barre syndrome[3–5] have also been recognized in the past.
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