Dorsal root ganglionectomy for the diagnosis of sensory neuropathies. Surgical technique and results.


BACKGROUND Inflammatory diseases stand out among sensory neuronopathies because, in their active phase, they can be treated with immunosuppressive agents. Immunosuppressive therapy may present severe adverse effects and requires previous inflammatory activity confirmation. Sensory neuronopathies are diagnosed based on clinical and EMG findings. Diagnostic… (More)


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