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Mononeuritis multiplex
ICD-10 G587
ICD-9 354.5
OMIM [1]
DiseasesDB 8346
MedlinePlus 000782
eMedicine pmr/80
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Mononeuritis multiplex is the clinical picture that arises from problems with multiple individual nerves serially or almost simultaneously.

Synonyms[edit | edit source]

Mononeuropathy multiplex

Clinical findings[edit | edit source]

Mononeuritis multiplex typically presents with the acute or subacute evolution of loss of sensory and motor function of individual peripheral nerves. The pattern of involvement is asymmetric.

Diagnosis[edit | edit source]

Electrodiagnostic studies will show multifocal sensory motor axonal neuropathy.

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