HIV-associated Guillain-Barré Syndrome is a well-documented phenomenon, typically occurring at seroconversion. GBS may result in functional impairment treated with a combination of medications, plasmapheresis, and rehabilitation. The quantified functional recovery of HIV-associated GBS with or without HIV treatment is not well-described. Utilizing serial FIM scoring, we describe a patient’s recovery from HIV-associated GBS after treatment with IVIg and acute inpatient rehabilitation without HIV treatment.
Recommended CitationSchreiber, Adam L.; Norbury, John W. III; and De Sousa, Eduardo A., "Functional recovery of untreated human immunodeficiency virus-associated Guillain-Barré syndrome: A case report" (2011). Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Faculty Papers. Paper 7.