More Evidence that Enterovirus May Cause Kids’ Paralyzing Disease
More Evidence that Enterovirus May Cause Kids’ Paralyzing Disease
Children with acute flaccid myelitis are more likely to have antibodies against the viral family in their spinal fluid than are children without the illness.
More Evidence that Enterovirus May Cause Kids’ Paralyzing Disease
More Evidence that Enterovirus May Cause Kids’ Paralyzing Disease

Children with acute flaccid myelitis are more likely to have antibodies against the viral family in their spinal fluid than are children without the illness.

Children with acute flaccid myelitis are more likely to have antibodies against the viral family in their spinal fluid than are children without the illness.

acute flaccid myelitis
Enterovirus Might Be Behind Kids’ Paralysis: Preprint
Enterovirus Might Be Behind Kids’ Paralysis: Preprint
Catherine Offord | Jun 17, 2019
Researchers identify a possible driver of acute flaccid myelitis, a polio-like disease diagnosed in more than 500 children over the last few years.
More Reports of Children Being Paralyzed by Mysterious Disease
More Reports of Children Being Paralyzed by Mysterious Disease
Ashley P. Taylor | Oct 17, 2018
Dozens of cases of acute flaccid myelitis have occurred this year, and while it resembles polio, health officials have ruled out poliovirus.