Epidemic neuropathy in Cuba: morphological characterization of peripheral nerve lesions in sural nerve biopsies.

Abstract

More than 50,000 patients were affected in Cuba during an epidemic outbreak of peripheral neuropathy from January 1992 until September 1993. The disease presented as either a retrobulbar optic neuropathy, a predominantly sensory peripheral neuropathy, a dorsolateral myeloneuropathy, or as mixed forms. The morphological findings in sural nerve biopsies from… (More)

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