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Is miller fisher syndrome contagious airborne ?
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Dr. Jason Adler
Pediatrics - Critical Care
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In brief: Miller Fisher
Miller fisher syndrome, a variant of guillain bare syndrome, can occur after a preceeding viral respiratory illness among other causes.
So, while miller fisher syndrome is not technically an infectious disease, there are some "airborne" or respiratory viruses that can trigger the abnormal immune response in the body that produces the disease.

In brief: Miller Fisher
Miller fisher syndrome, a variant of guillain bare syndrome, can occur after a preceeding viral respiratory illness among other causes.
So, while miller fisher syndrome is not technically an infectious disease, there are some "airborne" or respiratory viruses that can trigger the abnormal immune response in the body that produces the disease.
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