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What is autoimmune neuronopathy?
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Neurology 33 years experience
Nerve damage by self: The body's immune system attack upon nerves or elements to help nerves function properly resulting in odd or painful sensations is referred to as autoimmune neuropathy.
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Last updated Oct 30, 2016
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