Guillain-Barré syndrome associated with pulmonary tuberculosis
- Correspondence to Dr Aza A M Taha,
A 47-year-old male smoker admitted complaining of progressive bilateral lower-limb and upper-limb weakness, without any numbness. He also complained of productive cough and fever for the last 2 weeks before admission. There were no nasal symptoms, sore throat, night sweats, loss of appetite and weight, nor did he have any gastrointestinal symptoms.
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