polyradiculitis

polyradiculitis

 [pol″e-rah-dik″u-li´tis]
inflammation of the nerve roots.

pol·y·ra·dic·u·lop·a·thy

(pol'ē-ra-dik'yū-lop'ă-thē),
Diffuse root involvement; seen with, among other disorders, diabetic neuropathy (diabetic polyradiculopathy).
Synonym(s): polyradiculitis

polyradiculitis

/poly·ra·dic·u·li·tis/ (pol″e-rah-dik″u-li´tis) inflammation of the nerve roots.

polyradiculitis

[pol′ērədik′yoo͡lī′tis]
Etymology: Gk, polys + L, radicula, rootlet; Gk, itis
inflammation of many nerve roots, such as found in Guillain-Barré syndrome.

pol·y·ra·dic·u·lop·a·thy

(pol'ē-ră-dik'yū-lop'ă-thē)
Diffuse root involvement; seen with, among other disorders, diabetic neuropathy (diabetic polyradiculopathy).
Synonym(s): polyradiculitis.

polyradiculitis

inflammation of the nerve roots.
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