Keraunoparalysis, a 'specific' lightning injury

Burns, Including Thermal Injury
H J ten DuisP E Reenalda

Abstract

Lightning paralysis or keraunoparalysis, a transient paralysis associated with extreme vasoconstriction and sensory disturbances of one or more extremities as a result of lightning impact is described in two patients.

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