axonopathy

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  • The cause for this distal axonopathy remains unknown.
  • Distal axonopathy occurs most severely in the longest nerve in the horse.
  • In distal axonopathy, one common pattern is that the cell bodies of neurons remain intact, but the axons are affected in proportion to their length.
  • In the early 1980s, the practice of utilizing electromyoneurography became more widely accepted in the medical community, specifically aiding in the diagnoses of neuropathy, radiculopathy, and axonopathy.
  • It may also result in spasm of accommodation, aching pain in and about the eye, nystagmus, delayed distal axonopathy and parethesias and paralysis of limbs.
  • Axonopathy is a critical feature of several neurodegenerative diseases and often precede the death of neuronal bodies in AD (Raff et al., 2002).
  • Pathologically, it is a noninflammatory axonopathy without demyelination.
  • This electrophysiological data obtaining technique has been able to heighten diagnostic capabilities when looking at peripheral neuropathy disorders like radiculopathy, and axonopathy in addition to myopathies such as muscular dystrophy, myotonia, and myasthenia gravis.