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demyelinating polyneuropathy

33 yr old female presented with progressive weakness and tingling sensation in all 4 limbs, non-diabetic, power of limbs 4+/5 proximal and distal. No generalised hyporeflexia, only ankle reflex absent bilaterally. No long tract signs. cranial nerves normal. Pt able to walk independently. NCS characteristic of demyelinating polyneuropathy. pt refused admission. SPEP report awaited.

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Clinical picture is suggestive of probable axonal type of poly radiculopathy - Axonal GBS. Exclude vasculitis.

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Clinical picture is suggestive of probable axonal type of poly radiculopathy - Axonal GBS. Exclude vasculitis.

Strangely, she does not have significant weakness
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