Fast Five Quiz: Test Your Knowledge of Guillain-Barré Syndrome

Stephen Kishner, MD, MHA


November 02, 2016

AIDP is the most commonly identified form of GBS in the United States. AMAN is more prevalent in pediatric age groups. AMSAN is a severe, acute illness that differs from AMAN in that it also affects sensory nerves and roots. Patients are typically adults. MFS is observed in about 5% of all cases of GBS.

For more on the subtypes of GBS, read here.


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