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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Neurologic symptoms were classified into 4 categories: mononeuritis multiplex, PTS, meningoradiculitis, and acute inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (Table 3).
Mononeuritis multiplex (60% of cases) and cutaneous vasculitis (> 60% cases) have also been reported.
The diagnosis was peripheral nerve disease in 6 (3 acute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy i brachial plexopathy and i mononeuritis multiplex), myelopathy in 5, cerebrovascular disease in 4, myopathy in 3 and myasthenia gravis in i of the patients.
We excluded the patients with neurological involvement such as nerve entrapment syndromes, mononeuritis multiplex, and atlantoaxial subluxation.
Single cases of mononeuritis multiplex [TM] and 'pseudomyasthenia' during an acute attack have been described.
16) In addition, APAs are also linked with various neurologic disorders like dementia, migraines, chorea, seizures, transverse myelopathy, mononeuritis multiplex, and myasthenia gravis.
The most common clinical forms of neurobrucellosis that involve the central nervous system (CNS) are meningitis, myelitis, polyradiculitis and mononeuritis (3).
There are many possible manifestations, including ophthalmic (retinopathy glaucoma, various levels of single or both eye impairment); neurological (carpal tunnel, nerve lesions, mononeuritis, polyneuropathy); circulatory disorders; and diabetes mellitus in pregnancy.
Periferal sinir sistemi tutulumu sensorimotor polinoropati, Guillain-Barre sendromu, mononeuritis multipleks, otonomik noropatiler olarak gorulebilmektedir 6,10,11).
With the widespread use of TNF-[alpha] inhibitors, neurological events of demyelinating disease, mononeuritis multiplex, and foot drop have been reported in conjunction with their use (2-4).
Neurologic manifestations including mononeuritis multiplex, cranial or sensory neuropathies, mass lesions and pachymeningitis are seen in approximately 8% of patients.