[Lewis-Sumner syndrome presenting unilateral quadriceps amyotrophy as an initial symptom].

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We report a 55-year-old man with a chief complaint of wasting and weakness of the left quadriceps muscle. At age 54, he noticed difficulty in running and weakness in the left thigh, which gradually progressed. On the first admission to our hospital, based on the nerve conduction studies (NCS), the muscle biopsy findings showing neurologenic changes, and no… (More)

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@article{Fujiyama2000LewisSumnerSP, title={[Lewis-Sumner syndrome presenting unilateral quadriceps amyotrophy as an initial symptom].}, author={Jiro Fujiyama and Takashi Aita and Kazunori Itoh and Tadanori Hamano and Takanori Kumano and Keiko Kinomoto and Akihiro Fujii and Toshiki Yasokawa and Masaru Kuriyama}, journal={Rinsho shinkeigaku = Clinical neurology}, year={2000}, volume={40 11}, pages={1126-9} }