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Year : 2000  |  Volume : 66  |  Issue : 5  |  Page : 264--265

Polyneuritis cranialis following herpes zoster



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H Radhakrishna


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Herpes zoster is a common clinical condition involving cranial nerves. We encountered 3 cases in which multiple cranial nerves were involved besides the commoner ones. All the three cases were treated with acyclovir and oral steroids. Recovery of motor function was only partial in all three cases when reviewed 2 months after discharge. The clinical details and a brief review of literature are presented.






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