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Title: Paediatric Australian bat lyssavirus encephalomyelitis - sequential MRI appearances from symptom onset to death.
Authors: Shetty U
Phillips M
Francis JR
Walsh M
Citation: Pediatric radiology 2015-10; 45(11): 1716-21
Abstract: Human infection with Australian bat lyssavirus is extremely rare. Here we present the craniospinal findings in a fatal case of Australian bat lyssavirus infection in an 8-year-old child. MRI plays a very important role, not only in the diagnostic work-up of Australian bat lyssavirus infection but also in the prognostic assessment.
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Journal title: Pediatric radiology
Publication Date: 2015-10
Type: Case Reports
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DOI: 10.1007/s00247-015-3371-3
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