Część I. „Dziedzictwo” zapomnianej choroby, wyzwanie dla lekarzy i pacjentów

Zespół post-polio – część I

  • Poliomyelitis – historia

  • Neuropatologia ostrej fazy polio

  • Zespół post-polio – charakterystyka, wyjaśnienia nomenklaturowe i epidemiologia

  • Objawy kliniczne i przebieg zespołu post-polio

  • Czynniki predysponujące do rozwoju zespołu post-polio i czynniki współuczestniczące w jego rozwoju

  • Etiopatogeneza zespołu post-polio

  • Neuropatologia zespołu post-polio

  • Diagnostyka zespołu post-polio; nieporażenna postać polio a PPS; testy określające przebyte zakażenie polio

  • Diagnostyka różnicowa zespołu post-polio; podsumowanie

  • Bibliografia I

Zespół post-polio
Część I. „Dziedzictwo” zapomnianej choroby, wyzwanie dla lekarzy i pacjentów
Ewa Matyja
prof. dr hab. Ewa Matyja – Zakład Neuropatologii, Instytut Medycyny Doświadczalnej i Klinicznej im. M. Mossakowskiego Polskiej Akademii Nauk,
ul. Pawińskiego 5, 02-106 Warszawa

Neurologia i Neurochirurgia Polska 2012; 46, 4: 357-371

Artykuł zamieszczony w porozumieniu z Autorką, za zgodą Redakcji Czasopisma „Neurologia i Neurochirurgia Polska” oraz Wydawnictwa Termedia.

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