A 46-year-old female asked:
Causes? bilateral lower emg/ncv diagnosed chronic ongoing denervation & demyelinating neuropathy in ls area (not diabetic; no autoimmune; don't drink)
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Neurology 52 years experience
Answers: Based upon the above, there may be some degree of lumbosacral stenosis, or even multilevel discogenic problems. A cauda equina syndrome might be an answer. But a far better explanation is a peripheral neuropathy of the axonal type, if no structural problem can be found on lumbar imaging.
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Last updated Oct 11, 2015
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