A predominantly left upper limb sensory neuronopathy as a manifestation of a metastatic neuroendocrine malignancy

  • Lim A
  • Scriven A
  • Knezevic W
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An 83-year-old woman presented with a predominantly left upper limb sensory ganglionopathy. She was found to have metastatic, poorly differentiated, neuroendocrine malignancy. Anti-neuronal antibodies were not detected. Crown Copyright © 2008.

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  • Anti-neuronal antibodies
  • Paraneoplastic neuroendocrine malignancy
  • Paraneoplastic peripheral neuropathy
  • Sensory ganglionopathy
  • Sensory neuronopathy

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  • A. Lim

  • A. Scriven

  • W. Knezevic

  • M. Texler

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