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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.


Mononeuropathy multiplex

Clinical findingsEdit

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.


Electrodiagnostic studies will show multifocal sensory motor axonal neuropathy.

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