Published in Cancer Weekly, April 20th, 2004
A patient with lymphoma was reported as having a sensory loss in the hands and feet as a chief complaint. "Electrophysiologic studies and sural nerve biopsy showed sensory polyneuropathies," reported researchers in the Journal of Korean Medical Science.
"We hypothesize that this neuropathy is associated with lymphoma-related ganglionopathy, and among the possible causes we suspect that a systemic cause...
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