distal axonopathy


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distal axonopathy

 Dying-back neuropathy, see there.
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The most common form of DN is a length-dependant symmetrical distal axonopathy that may be relentlessly progressive or may remain stable for years.
2] Organophosphate induced delayed polyneuropathy (OPIDP), a sensory-motor distal axonopathy, usually occurs 1-4 weeks after single or short-term exposures and it may be progressive and severe.
With hind limbs hyperflexion and a abnormal gait because of distal axonopathy with skeletal muscle denervation and atrophy.

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