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Acute autonomic neuropathy following primary herpes simplex infection.
  1. B G Neville,
  2. G E Sladen

    Abstract

    A 13-year-old girl presented with postural hypotension, severe abdominal pain and diarrhoea, parotid pain and a transient encephalopathy. There was evidence of an acute autonomic neuropathy and some electrophysiological evidence of a transient peripheral somatic neuropathy. The likely cause was primary herpes simplex infection.

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