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Entzündliche Neuropathien

  • J. M. Schröder

Zusammenfassung

In dieser klinisch besonders wichtigen, weil häufigen und therapierbaren Gruppe von Neuropathien sind die infektiösen Neuropathien, die bei Herpes zoster, Aids, der in unseren Breitengraden seltenen Lepra, der Chagas- Krankheit und Lyme-Borreliose auftreten, zu unterscheiden von den hier wesentlich häufigeren entzündlichen Erkrankungen, bei denen keine Erreger nachweisbar sind und die daher vielfach als Autoaggressionskrankheiten des peripheren Nervensystems interpretiert werden.

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