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Polyneuritis is a condition that involves the lower motor and sensory neurons characterized by an inflammation of the nerves. The condition of Polyneuritis affects the peripheral nervous system that makes up the complex network that connects the brain and the spinal cord to the internal organs, muscles and skin. The signs of Polyneuritis include muscle weakness, lack of coordination, loss of bladder or bowel control, pale skin, constipation, and digestive problems, among others.
HOW IS POLYNEURITIS DIAGNOSED?
The diagnosis of polyneuropathies begins with a history and physical examination to ascertain the pattern of the disease process (such as-arms, legs, distal, proximal) if they fluctuate, and what deficits and pain are involved. If pain is a factor, determining where and how long the pain has been present is important, one also needs to know what disorders are present within the family and what diseases the person may have. Although diseases often are suggested by the physical examination and history alone, tests that may be employed include: electrodiagnostic testing, serum protein electrophoresis, nerve conduction studies, urinalysis, serum creatine kinase (CK) and antibody testing. Other tests may be used, especially tests for specific disorders associated with polyneuropathies, quality measures have been developed to diagnose patients with distal symmetrical polyneuropathy.
HOW IS POLYNEURITIS TREATED?
The initial treatment of Polyneuritis involves a neurological evaluation to determine the nerves involved in the onset of the disorder. Anti-seizure drugs and pain relievers are prescribed to treat Polyneuritis.
DID YOU KNOW?
Polyneuritis has no single cause and its etiology is rather difficult to determine.