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Case Report: Brachial Neuritis in a Patient with Epstein Barr Virus


A 41 year-old man, recently returned from Thailand, presented with bilateral shoulder pain and weakness, fever greater than 38 degrees and coryzal symptoms. He had no significant past medical history. He had abnormal liver function tests and an abnormal electromyogram of his right upper limb. He was diagnosed with acute Epstein Barr virus…

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