Peroneal nerve mononeuropathy associated with herpes zoster. A case report
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Sensory or motor syndromes, especially mononeuropathies, are infrequent complications of herpes zoster.
We describe a 77-year-old woman who developed a severe right common peroneal nerve mononeuropathy with clinical onset 10 days after a vesicular rash consistent with herpes zoster in the territory of distribution of this nerve.
To our knowledge, peroneal nerve mononeuropathy associated with herpes zoster has not been reported previously.
KeywordsHerpes zoster Neurological complications Peroneal nerve Mononeuropathy
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