A Rare Case of Miller Fisher Syndrome in a 45- Year-Old Female
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Abstract: Miller Fisher syndrome (MFS) is an uncommon form of Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), a neurological condition that is acquired, degenerative, demyelinating, and frequently characterized by gradual, symmetrical ascending paralysis. Ophthalmoplegia, ataxia, and areflexia are common symptoms that follow a bacterial or viral infection. Here, we want to draw attention to a rare case of MFS in a 45-year-old Indian female who had dysphagia, dysphasia, ataxia, and dyskinesia while moving around. Unusually, she had no past medical history of Campylobacter jejuni infection, recent vaccinations, upper respiratory tract infections, or any sexually transmitted diseases. Since this disorder has excellent prognosis, early diagnosis and effective treatment are crucial to minimizing unnecessary medical intervention and psychological suffering.