polyneuropathy

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pol·y·neu·rop·a·thy

n. polineuropatía, enfermedad que afecta varios nervios a la vez.

polyneuropathy

n polineuropatía
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In our opinion, the monitoring of drug levels is very important and medication should not be changed in polyneuropathies, which can improve by the reduction of drug doses.
After CTS, the next most frequently encountered diseases were polyneuropathies (7.
Prevalence of polyneuropathies in patients with chronic obstructive lung disease.
18,19) Frank Weber in his study found that 45% of axonal polyneuropathies could be identified due to abnormal F-wave response with normal peripheral motor conduction studies.
It includes mononeuropathies and polyneuropathies, neuromuscular junction diseases, radiopathies and plexopathies, motor neuron diseases, muscular diseases, and related movement disorders.
8) HRUS is a new field in peripheral nerve disorders and surprisingly very few studies have been performed in polyneuropathies which may clinically present with nerve enlargement, such as hereditary neuropathies, Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS), chronic inflammatory neuropathies, multifocal motor neuropathy (MMN), vasculitic and paraneoplastic polyneuropathy, diabetic neuropathy and leprosy.
14) recommended tricyclic antidepressants and anticonvulsants such as gabapentin and pregabalin as the first-line treatment of neuropathic pain secondary to polyneuropathies.
It helps to localize the entrapment neuropathies and segregating axonal from demyelinating polyneuropathies.
Physicians use devices for computer esthesiometry various updating for tool diagnostics of peripheral polyneuropathies in other countries.
Impaired Motor Function and Sensory Integrity Associated with Acute or Chronic Polyneuropathies.
Topics addressed are directed at individuals, families, and caregivers coping with the disease, and include symptoms and diagnosis, causes, treatments, rehabilitation, immunotherapy, chronic immune-mediated polyneuropathies, and life after recovery.
Patients with acquired polyneuropathies usually complain of positive neuropathic sensory symptoms (PNSS), whereas patients with inherited polyneuropathies only rarely do (FIGURE).