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Third cranial nerve palsy: an unusual manifestation of Mycoplasma pneumoniae


Abstract Mycoplasma Pneumoniae (M.pneumoniae) is a well-known cause of atypical pneumonia, however it is also associated with many extra pulmonary manifestations. This report highlights a patient with gastroenterological, haematological and neurological complications, including a third cranial nerve palsy which developed after her initial treatment and discharge from hospital….

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