Electroneurophysiological studies in familial amyloid polyneuropathy--Portuguese type.

  title={Electroneurophysiological studies in familial amyloid polyneuropathy--Portuguese type.},
  author={Mateos Luis},
  journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry},
  volume={41 9},
  • Mateos Luis
  • Published 1978 in
    Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and…
Electroneurophysiological studies were performed in 15 patients with familial amyloid neuropathy (ages 29 to 67 years) and in 16 symptom-free members of affected families (ages 9 to 64 years). These studies included needle EMG, motor conduction velocities of deep peroneal and median nerves, sensory conduction velocities, sensory potentials, and nerve potentials of the sural and medium nerves. Results support the view that familial amyloid neuropathy is a peripheral neuropathy with predominantly… CONTINUE READING
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