Neurological Complications of So-called "Influenza": A Winter Study in South-east Wales
Abstract: Acute neurological disorder followed an upper respiratory infection in 19 patients in south-east Wales during the winter of 1969-70. Spinal and radicular syndromes predominated and included seven cases of transverse myelopathy. Serological tests suggested that the preceding infection was due to influenza A virus in eight cases, to other viruses in six, and were negative in five.
Keywords: influenza / Winter / Neurological / transverse / preceding / predominated / Spinal / seven / Serological / myelopathy
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