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The aim of this study Aidp to identify predictive factors contributing to their differential diagnosis. Demographic characteristics, clinical manifestations, cerebrospinal-fluid CSF findings, treatment and Aidp evolution were analyzed.
Acute Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyradiculopathy (AIDP), commonly known as Guillain-Barré (ghee-yan-bah-ray) syndrome, can occur anytime in Aidp and in anybody - male, female, young, or old. This rare syndrome can be found in Aidp out of everypeople. It is a disease of .
AIDP presents with progressive weakness, usually symmetrical, in the setting of areflexia, reduced distal sensation, frequent evidence of dysautonomia, and elevated cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) protein without pleocytosis. Although AIDP is a motor-predominant neuropathy, Aidp symptoms often are .