Anales de la Facultad de Medicina
ISSN 1025-5583 versión impresa
We present the case of a 69 year-old woman who had two recurrent Miller Fisher syndrome and arterial hypertension. The clinical findings at emergency admission were headache, dyplopia, and gait disorder. Clinical examination showed the classic triad ophtalmoplegia, ataxia and arreflexy. We describe neuroimaging, spinal fluid, electromyography and anti gangliosid GQ1b antibody results. Clinical recovery was total and she is now asymptomatic.
Palabras llave: Miller Fisher syndrome; Ophtalmoplegia; Ataxia; Arreflexy; Recurrence.
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