Hereditäre Neuropathien

  • J. M. Schröder


Eine Neuropathie als ein wichtiges Symptom kann bei einer großen Zahl bekannter Erbkrankheiten auftreten. Zweckmäßigerweise werden diese unterteilt in hereditäre Neuropathien mit oder ohne bekannte spezifische metabolische Störung.


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