Encephalitis lethargica following Bartonella henselae infection

Brenneis, Christian; Scherfler, Christoph; Engelhardt, Klaus; Helbok, Raimund; Brössner, Gregor; Beer, Ronny; Lackner, Peter; Walder, Gernot; Pfausler, Bettina; Schmutzhard, Erich
April 2007
Journal of Neurology;Apr2007, Vol. 254 Issue 4, p546
Academic Journal
A letter to the editor discussing a case of a 16-year-old girl diagnosed with encephalitis lethargica is presented.


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