sindrome di Guillain-Barré

Alexander the Great. The great Macedonian leader died, probably, because of Guillain-Barré syndrome

Alexander the Great died because the sindrome di Guillain-Barré?

The causes of premature death of the great Macedonian leader are an age-old mystery, but this New Zealand study could finally solve.

So far it has been speculated around, dall'avvelenamento murder, from cirrhosis of the liver infection, certainties but there are none (you see: https://www.pilloledistoria.it/4256/storia-antica/alessandro-magno-era-ubriacone e https://www.pilloledistoria.it/1556/storia-antica/alessandro-magno-avvelenato).

Sources say that Alexander, shortly before his death in June 323 a.C. Babylon just 32 years, accused severe abdominal pain, fever and a strange paralysis but he kept him conscious for days.

According to the scholar Katherine Hall, University of Otago, it would be the symptoms of sindrome di Guillain-Barré, almost certainly triggered by infection with Campylobacter Pylori.

The fixed and dilated pupils of which the report also referred, would be a further effect of this rare disease.

The teacher adds a particularly disturbing namely that "The real death of Alexander is six days later than previously believed, death might be the most famous case of pseudothanatos, or false diagnosis of death, ever recorded ".

during i 6 days of paralysis nobody touched the body of the Macedonian, that perhaps he was buried alive (Photo gives: zon.it).