Qtr 2 Spinal Neuorlogy Final
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What infectious polyneuropathy affects schwann cells by the invasion of myocobactrium leprae?
What type f infectious polyneuropathy is caused by inflammation injury of the cutaneous nerves: axons, schwann cells, and myelin are lost, with fibrosis of the perineurium and endoneurium?
what type of infectious polyneuropathy begins with paresthesia and weakness causing damage in sensory ganglia, where the incomplete blood-nerve barrier allows the toxin to cause selective demyelination of the axons?
What is the hereditary neuropathy that presents with distal muscle weakness (calf atrophy) and foot problems?
HMSN type I, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT), Roussy levy syndrome
What is the difference between HMSNI and HMSN II?
- Does not have enlargement of nerves
- Primary cellular dysfunction is the axon or neuron
What HMSN is slowly progressive, delay of developmental milestones, involves both trunk and limb muscles, slowed nerve conduction velocity?
what disease is most commonly seen as symmetric neuropathy that invloves distal sensory motor nerves, development of ulcers?
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