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Acta Neuropathol. 1985;66(4):311-7.

Encephalomyeloneuropathy in the absence of a detectable neoplasm. Clinical and postmortem findings in three cases.

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The clinical and postmortem findings in three cases of encephalomyeloneuropathy are reported. Two patients presented with subacute sensory neuropathy and one with amnesia and confusion. In none of these cases was a tumour detected clinically or at autopsy. Neuropathological examination showed inflammatory lesions in the brain, spinal cord and posterior root ganglia indistinguishable from encephalomyeloneuropathy occurring as a remote effect of carcinoma.

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