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Síndromes neurológicos paraneoplásicos (Parte II): Sistema Nervioso Periférico y Autonómico

@inproceedings{Daz2010SndromesNP,
  title={S{\'i}ndromes neurol{\'o}gicos paraneopl{\'a}sicos (Parte II): Sistema Nervioso Perif{\'e}rico y Auton{\'o}mico},
  author={Bernardo Cacho D{\'i}az and Bruno Esta{\~n}ol Vidal},
  year={2010}
}
R E S U M E N Los Síndromes Neurológicos Paraneoplásicos (SxNP) del sistema Nervioso Periférico (SxNP–SNP) incluyen trastornos de las raíces, plexos, nervios periféricos, unión neuromuscular y músculo. Los SxNP del Sistema Nervioso Autónomo (SxNP–SA) incluyen trastornos de inervación simpática o parasimpática, en especial del tubo digestivo y sistema cardiovascular, todas asociadas con neoplasia y/o ant icuerpos ant i onconeuronales. Los SxNP SNP más comunes son la Neuronopatía Sensitiva… Expand
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R E S U M E N Los síndromes neurológicos paraneoplásicos (SxNP) del sistema nervioso central (SNC) son los más ampliamente reconocidos en la práctica clínica diaria, sobre todo los considerados comoExpand

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