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.
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Cite this: Stephen Kishner. Fast Five Quiz: Test Your Knowledge of Guillain-Barré Syndrome - Medscape - Nov 02, 2016.