mononeuritis

mononeuritis

 [mon″o-noo͡-ri´tis]
inflammation of a single nerve.
mononeuritis mul´tiplex simultaneous inflammation of several nerves remote from one another.

mononeuritis

/mono·neu·ri·tis/ (-ndbobr-ri´tis) inflammation of a single nerve.
mononeuritis mul´tiplex  see under mononeuropathy.

mon·o·neu·ri·tis

(mon'ō-nūr-ī'tis)
Inflammation of a single nerve.

mononeuritis

inflammation of a single nerve.

mononeuritis multiplex
simultaneous inflammation of several nerves remote from one another.
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However Guillain-Barre syndrome, mononeuritis multiplex, and autonomic neuropathy could also occur (1,2,3,4,5).
Thus, literature reports on facial palsy, when referring to mononeuritis caused by the microorganism Borrelia burgdorferi, investigate and compare facial neuroborreliosis in relation to IFP results.
7] In our study, mononeuritis of ulnar nerve was observed in 11 cases and it was the commonest nerve affected compared with study by S Talwar et al.
1) It is characterised by the occurrence of mononeuritis multiplex, which may occur during one or many recurrent episodes of reactions of immunological origin that result in autonomic, sensory and motor neuropathy which become the main cause of physical disabilities.
Peripheral neuropathy (especially mononeuritis multiplex) can be present at 10.
Mononeuritis and mononeuritis multiplex can involve pain, palsy and radiculopathy.
In addition, medications such as methotrexate and tumor necrosis factor inhibitors may cause the nodules, or exacerbate their development; or, auditory neuropathy--the condition in which sound is not transmitted satisfactorily; physical reasons may not be obvious, and it may be due to vasculitis (inflammation), as part of mononeuritis multiplex, that is, a condition that affects separate nerve areas.
3, 4) It can present as lymphocytic meningitis (most common), cranial neuropathies, motor or sensory radiculoneuropathy, mononeuritis multiplex, cerebellar ataxia, or myelitis.
Besides, a significant proportion of patients present with peripheral nervous system (PNS) involvement in the form of mononeuritis multiplex due to vasculitis or with central nervous system (CNS) involvement due to infiltrating granulomatous lesions (10-45%) [3].
1,3) The rarer clinical presentations described in literature are myeloradiculopathy, myelopathy, cerebellar dysfunction, (4) transverse myelitis, (5) cerebrovascular accident, cerebral venous thrombosis, cerebral arteritis, subarachnoid haemorrhage, optic neuritis, mononeuritis multiplex, peripheral nerve palsy, psychosis, suicidal behaviour, encephalitis, and cerebellitis.
Neurologic symptoms were classified into 4 categories: mononeuritis multiplex, PTS, meningoradiculitis, and acute inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (Table 3).
We excluded the patients with neurological involvement such as nerve entrapment syndromes, mononeuritis multiplex, and atlantoaxial subluxation.