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1.-Q is 1 neuropathy?
D chronic disease etiology routinely characterized x symptoms varied sensory, motor and autonomic q appear as systemic illnesses q d complicqaciones include metabolic diseases, toxic, infectious, nutritional, neoplastic and immunologic tests.
2.-Q is axonal degeneration?
Before the attacks the nerve may reaccionarpor axonal degeneration where the cylinder capacity x inetrrupcion d affects its continuity with the cell body may not have the trophism + remote segments. when the axon is affected myelin bands d degenerate secondarily.
3.-Q is the demyelination.
1 second way is the reaction of nerve demyelination, here the myelin sheath degenerates of generating primary form slowing and nerve conduction block d and remyelination initiated function usually recovers quickly and completely.
4.-As classify neuropathies x time d evolution?
neuropathy: those with evolution from days to 4 weeks d inflammatory etiology.
Subacute peripheral neuropathy: time of evolution of several weeks. (drugs, environmental toxins, nutritional, drug addiction)
Acute peripheral neuropathy: time of evolution goes to mases years and constitute distinct disease sisntoma 1. (Metabolic, cancer, autoimmune diseases, hereditary neuropathies)
5.-neuropathies are classified as type x nerves are involved.
Predominant motor neuropathy, predominantly sensory neuropathy, motor sensory neuropathy and autonomic neuropathy. (Mario: diesmielinizante washes neuropathy, chronic neuropathy diesmielinizante, aguads axonal neuropathy axonal neuropathy and chronic)
6.-As neuropathies are classified as d x DISTRIBUTION?
Mononeuritis simple single nerve affectation, d 1
mononeuritis multiple: multiple nerve injury noncontiguous d
polyneuritis: design 1 efectacion diffuse, distal and symmetric d nerves.
7.-X-rated d cause peripheral neuropathy:
Peripheral neuropathy acquired physical injury, tumors, toxins, infections, autoimmune disorders, nutritional deficiencies, alcoholism, metabolic disorders, systemic disease.
Hereditary peripheral neuropathy: the + common disorders are 1 gpo d q is the disease known as Charcot-Marie-Tooth. Features include extreme weakness, weight loss d inf limb muscles and feet, abnormal gait, loss d d tendon reflexes and limb numbness d inf.
8.-Describe such as clinical manifestations d neuropathies.
Sensory signs common in peripheral neuropathies

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