peripheral polyneuropathy

peripheral polyneuropathy

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In type IV FAP, cranial nerves are mainly affected by the disturbance of sympathetic nervous system and axonal sensorimotor peripheral polyneuropathy in advanced stages.
We reported the first type IV FAP (FINNISH) Iranian woman with neurologicaldeficits, including rapidly progressive cranial neuropathies, mild sensorimotor axonal peripheral polyneuropathy, unilateral CTS, corneal lattice dystrophy, and orthostatic hypotension.
Peripheral polyneuropathy commonly occurs following exanthematous fevers and as a complication of various acute bacterial infections, but it is highly doubtful whether there is direct invasion of the nerves by micro-organisms.
Herein, we report three sisters with hereditary peripheral polyneuropathy associated with concomitant camptodactyly.
Herein, we report 3 sisters with peripheral polyneuropathy associated with concomitant camptodactyly.
Objective: To determine the frequency of peripheral polyneuropathy in patients having diabetes mellitus with symptoms of polyneuropathy using electrodiagnostic procedure.
A sign of peripheral polyneuropathy groups of myelinic pathologic and mixed forms (axonmyelinopathy), mainly is damage of vibration sensitivity for the account of defeat thick myelinic fibers type A[beta].
Acquired acute demyelinating peripheral polyneuropathy is a general classification of pathologies that affect the peripheral nervous system.
The findings could suggest peripheral polyneuropathy, peripheral vascular disease or peripheral arterial disease (PAD), deep vein thrombosis (DVT), or cellulitis (TABLE 2).
Vietnam-era veterans who were exposed to the defoliant Agent Orange are more than twice as likely to develop peripheral polyneuropathy than are age- and sex-matched controls, Dr.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Vietnam-era veterans who were exposed to the defoliant Agent Orange are more than twice as likely to develop peripheral polyneuropathy than are age- and sex-matched controls, Dr.

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