acute flaccide paralysis

Acute Flaccid Paralysis

History duration of weakness (ie. hours to days to weeks/months) classify as rapidly progressive, acute, subacute or chronic mode of progression (eg. onset in arms, “ascending paralysis”) sensory involvement (numbness, tingling, loss of balance esp. in dark, pain/burning) bulbar involvement (change in voice or swallowing) facial weakness (trouble chewing, sucking with straw, blowing) extraocular muscle […]

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