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Monoclonal gammopathy with peripheral neuropathy

Monoclonal gammopathy with peripheral neuropathy, also known as paraalbuminemia peripheral neuropathy. When there is too much M protein in the blood, it is called monoclonal immunoglobulin disease, also known as immunoglobulin disease, accessory protein disease or plasma cell disease. The pathological significance of M protein in blood to peripheral nerve is that M protein contains one or more antibodies against myelin sheath or axon membrane, such as anti MAG, GM1 and GD1 antibodies. In idiopathic peripheral neuropathy of unknown cause, 10% were combined with monoclonal bingqiu disease, while 29% ~ 71% of monoclonal bingqiu disease (MGUS) of unknown significance were combined with peripheral neuropathy, suggesting that monoclonal bingqiu disease is related to peripheral neuropathy.

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Mononeuropathy and plexus neuropathy

Oculomotor, trochlear and abducens nerve diseases

Belladonnine phytotoxicity

Transient ischemic attack

Fecal incontinence

DOPA reactive dystonia

Compensatory hyperhidrosis

Polyneuritis

Multiple peripheral neuritis

Multifocal motor neuropathy

Protein energy malnutrition

Metabolic cataract

Hypoglycemia

Metabolic alkalosis

Metabolic acidosis

Hypoglycemic syndrome

Tangier's disease

Endemic goiter

Simple obesity

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