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Distal Axonopathies

Definition of axonopathy in the Medical Dictionary. axonopathy explanation. What is axonopathy?

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Distal Axonopathy: One Common Type of Neurotoxic Lesion
Distal axonopathy with structural persistence in glaucomatous
Mar 16, 2010 axonopathies at distal projections (9–11).
HUMAN TOXIC NEUROPATHY DUE TO
Neuropathologic Considerations
distal regions of the neurite, and they affect both peripheral and central fibers.
Giant axonopathy in streptozotocin diabetes of rats
some toxic distal axonopathies. This points to a common metabolic basis of giant axonopathies of different etiol- ogy.

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Polyneuropathy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Distal axonopathy: one common type of neurotoxic lesion.
Redefining toxic distal axonopathies.
Peripheral neuropathy
In distal axonopathy, degeneration of axon and myelin develops first in the most distal parts of the axon and, if the abnormality persists, the axon "dies back".
Distal Axonopathy: One Common Type of Neurotoxic Lesion

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