Here's how I thought through this. problem with DCML (absent proprioception and vibration sense), problem with deep tendon reflexes (DRGs), ataxic gait (spinocerebellar pathway), mild weakness (motor neurons). The only thing that all of these pathways have in common is that they all use myelinated afferents.
I don't know if Guillan Barre would actually present like this, but you don't have to know what the illness is to figure the question out.
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