Atypical motor neuron disease with features of a multisystem degeneration: a non-familial case with prominent sensory involvement.

@article{Moss1987AtypicalMN,
  title={Atypical motor neuron disease with features of a multisystem degeneration: a non-familial case with prominent sensory involvement.},
  author={Tim H Moss and Malcolm J Campbell},
  journal={Clinical neuropathology},
  year={1987},
  volume={6 2},
  pages={55-60}
}
A 66-year-old male with no family history of neurological disease developed symmetrical paraesthesia, numbness and flaccid weakness of the hands and feet. Both the weakness and sensory loss became progressively more severe, and spread to involve the forearms and lower legs. Limb muscle wasting and tongue fasciculation only became apparent late in the… CONTINUE READING