Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, August 5th, 2003
Most human infections with West Nile virus (WNV) are subclinical or manifest as a mild febrile illness, but a small proportion of patients (<1%) develop acute neurologic illness.
The U.S. outbreak of WNV in 2002 presented an opportunity to prospectively assess specific neurologic manifestations, laboratory and neurodiagnostic findings, and long-term outcome associated with WNV infection.
James J. Sejvar, MD,...
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