Guillain-Barré syndrome[gē lan′bä rā′, -lan′-]
Guillain-Barré syndrome definition by Webster's New World
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an acute neurological disorder of unknown cause, involving partial paralysis of several muscle groups and occurring rarely after certain viral infections and vaccinations
Origin of Guillain-Barré syndromeafter G. Guillain and amp; J. Barré, 20th-c. French neurologists
Guillain-Barré syndrome definition by Wiktionary
(uncountable) (abbreviation GBS)
From Georges Guillain and Jean Alexandre Barré.