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What are the symptoms of miller fisher syndrome?
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Dr. Jonathan Megerian
Pediatrics - Neurology
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In brief: Eye and Gait symptom
Miller-fisher syndrome is a limited variant of guilliane-barre syndrome, and involves weakness of the eye muscles resulting in double vision, dilated pupils, drooping eye lids, and abnormal gait and clumsiness in hands.
Weakness of the muscles in the face, throat and tongue result in difficulty swallowing foods, slurred speech, difficulty with smiling, inability to whistle or close the lips.

In brief: Eye and Gait symptom
Miller-fisher syndrome is a limited variant of guilliane-barre syndrome, and involves weakness of the eye muscles resulting in double vision, dilated pupils, drooping eye lids, and abnormal gait and clumsiness in hands.
Weakness of the muscles in the face, throat and tongue result in difficulty swallowing foods, slurred speech, difficulty with smiling, inability to whistle or close the lips.
Dr. Jonathan Megerian
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