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Cytomegalovirus infection and the Guillain-Barré syndrome.
  1. A. G. Arnold,
  2. D. S. Lawrence,
  3. G. Corbitt


    A fatal case is described of the Guillain-Barré syndrome due to cytomegalovirus infection, which was associated with hepatitis, myocarditis and viral pneumonia. Previous cases, which have usually run a benign course, are reviewed. Attention is drawn to the possible adverse effect of steroid therapy.

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