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FUNCTIONAL
INVOLVEMENT
ANATOMICAL
DISTRIBUTION
TIME COURSE NERVES Vesalius
Vesalius
  Motor
  Sensory
    Hereditary
    Pain
    Small Fiber
    Large Fiber
    Large and Small Fiber
    Neuronopathy
  Autonomic

Many polyneuropathies
have both motor and
sensory involvement.

  Asymmetric
  Bulbar
  Cranial Nerve Involvement
  Proximal
    Motor
    Sensory
  Upper Extremity



Many polyneuropathies are:
  Symmetric
  Most prominent
        Distally & in Legs.
  Acute
    Immune
  Infantile Weakness
  Childhood Onset
  Hereditary
    Motor-Sensory
    Motor
    Sensory
  Relapsing
  Cranial
  Upper extremity
    Cervical root
  Lower extremity
    Lumbosacral root

  Axillary
  Median
  Musculocutaneous
  Peroneal, Common
  Radial
  Suprascapular
  Ulnar
GENERAL ASSOCIATED FEATURES LABORATORY
Chronic immune
  Axonal
  Demyelinating
  Vascular
  Treatment

Muscle innervation
  Upper extremity
  Lower extremity

Neuromuscular Syndromes

Disease Patterns, Typical
Amyloidosis
CNS Involvement
Deafness
Diabetes
Endocrine
Gastrointestinal Δ
Gynecomastia
Hepatic disease
Infections
Itch
Large Nerves
Motor activity, Spontaneous
Myopathy
Occupations
Paraneoplastic
Pregnancy
Respiratory
Renal failure
Skeletal
Skin
Sports
Tendon reflexes
Toxic
Tumors
  Autoantibodies
    Lab testing
  Demyelination
  Inflammatory
  Mitochondrial
  M-protein
  Nerve Biopsy
  Neuronopathy
  Vitamin & Nutrition


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4/21/2015