Vasculitis

Chapter
Part of the Emergency Management in Neurology book series (EMN)

Abstract

The neuropathies associated with vasculitis occur more often as multiple asymmetric mononeuropathies of the four limbs, less frequently as asymmetric axonal polyneuropathies and even more rarely take on the characteristics of axonal, symmetrical, distal, length-dependent polyneuropathy [1].

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Neurology and Stroke UnitASST Grande Ospedale Metropolitano NiguardaMilanItaly

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