Published in AIDS Weekly, May 19th, 2008
"Other etiologic agents are generally involved in the development of the paralysis in the later stages of the disease. Bilateral facial palsy is a rare clinical entity in HIV infection. Only 19 cases have been reported. A case of facial diplegia revealing AIDS is described in this review," wrote O. Abboud and...
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