Acute motor axonal neuropathy and transverse myelitis overlap: the importance of history taking
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In young adults, acute motor axonal neuropathy and transverse myelitis rarely occur as associated conditions. Clinical reasoning, symptoms, laboratory and ancillary investigations (electroneurographic and radiological findings), should properly address the physician to the correct diagnosis.
KeywordsAcute motor axonal neuropathy Transverse myelitis Overlapping diseases
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