MOG antibody syndrome presenting as aseptic meningitis: an evolving spectrum

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Authors acknowledge their gratitude to Dr. Ajay Garg and Dr. Awadh Kishore Pandit for contributing in management of patient.

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Vibha, D., Singh, R.K., Salunkhe, M. et al. MOG antibody syndrome presenting as aseptic meningitis: an evolving spectrum. Neurol Sci 42, 321–323 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10072-020-04558-4

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