Organophosphorous Induced Hemiparesis and Chorieform Movements: Rare Neurological Sequelae

Author(s): Vishakha Jain*, Vineeta Singh, Gupta OP and Amar Limbapure

Organophosphorous poisoning is one of the common medical emergency and is due to inhibition of the neurotransmitter acetyl cholinesterase. It manifests as either acute cholinergic crisis, intermediate syndrome of delayed polyneuropathy. But there are rare neurological sequelae of organophosphate poisoning. Here we present one such rare sequela in form of hemiparesis and chorieform movements.

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