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Bannwarth’s syndrome and Lyme disease in Finland.

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Abstract

Three patients with lymphocytic meningoradiculitis were admitted in 1983-84 to the Department of Neurology, University Central Hospital of Helsinki. Two patients had classical Bannwarth’s meningoradiculitis with facial diplegia, and a third patient showed a migrating arthralgia and cardiac involvement compatible with a diagnosis of
Lyme disease. Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) showed initially in all patients a lymphocytic pleocytosis and increased protein with signs of intrathecal IgG synthesis.

Scand J Infect Dis. 1986;18(5):421-4. Case Reports

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