Sensory neuron diseases

@article{Sghirlanzoni2005SensoryND,
  title={Sensory neuron diseases},
  author={A. Sghirlanzoni and D. Pareyson and G. Lauria},
  journal={The Lancet Neurology},
  year={2005},
  volume={4},
  pages={349-361}
}
Sensory neuron diseases (SND) are a distinct subgroup of peripheral-nervous-system diseases, first acknowledged in 1948. Acquired SND have a subacute or chronic course and are associated with systemic immune-mediated diseases, vitamin intoxication or deficiency, neurotoxic drugs, and life-threatening diseases such as cancer. SND are commonly idiopathic but can be genetic diseases; the latter tend to involve subtypes of sensory neurons and are associated with certain clinical pictures. The loss… Expand
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