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Neuronopathy is dysfunction due to damage to neurons of the peripheral nervous system (PNS), resulting in a peripheral neuropathy.

It may be caused by motor neurone diseases, sensory neuronopathies (e.g., Herpes zoster), toxic substances or autonomic dysfunction. A person with neuronopathy may present in different ways, depending on the cause, the way it affects the nerve cells, and the type of nerve cell that is most affected.

References

  1. Diseases of the peripheral system




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