Guillain–Barré syndrome was diagnosed in a 71-year-old woman presenting with severe back pain, limb weakness and cranial nerve dysfunction associated with high CSF protein and complete resolution of symptoms with intravenous immunoglobulin. Over the next four years, she presented with three further episodes of excruciating back pain accompanied by raised CSF protein, but did not develop and weakness, sensory loss, or abnormalities in routine nerve conduction studies. Sensory evoked potentials...Expand abstract
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CIDP presenting as recurrent severe back pain without weakness or sensory loss.
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