CNS Involvement by Novel Influenza Virus Type A (H1n1), the First Report from Iran
ObjectiveThis is the first report of CNS involvement by the new influenza virus (influenza A [H1N1]) in Iran. The patient was a 10-year-old boy with chief complaints of fever, malaise, and cranial nerve involvement, resulting in respiratory muscle paralysis and intubation. This shows that the new in...
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Iranian Journal of Child Neurology