Diaphragmatic weakness caused by neuroborreliosis

We present three cases in which diaphragmatic weakness was the main presenting feature of early neuroborreliosis and lead to severely disabling symptoms. These cases stress the importance of recognizing neuroborreliosis as a possible underlying cause of diaphragmatic weakness, especially in regions where Borrelia burgdorferi is endemic. (Source: Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery)

We present three cases in which diaphragmatic weakness was the main presenting feature of early neuroborreliosis and lead to severely disabling symptoms. These cases stress the

importance of recognizing neuroborreliosis as a possible underlying cause of diaphragmatic weakness, especially in regions where Borrelia burgdorferi is endemic. (Source: Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery)

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