Transiente oligoklonale Liquorbanden bei Neuroborreliose (NB)

  • M. M. Millner
  • R. R. Müllegger
  • O. Wawschinek
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Zusammenfassung

Im Kindesalter manifestiert sich die Neuroborreliose (NB) häufig als periphere Hirnnervenparese (als ein- oder doppelseitige Fazialisparese oder seltener als Abduzensparese u. a.) und/oder seröse Meningitis, bisweilen auch als aktue zerebellare Ataxie (Christen et al. 1990; Huber u. Baumann 1988). Chronische Verlaufsformen der Lyme-Borreliose mit neurologischer Symptomatik (Neuroborreliose, NB) sind im Kindesalter nur vereinzelt beschrieben (Millner et al. 1989; Pincemaille et al. 1990).

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  • M. M. Millner
  • R. R. Müllegger
  • O. Wawschinek

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