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Unusual Peripheral Neuropathies. Part II: Intrinsic Reactive Causes
Seminars in neurology
Peripheral neuropathy is common with many different etiologies. This is the second of three articles to review the less-common causes of peripheral neuropathy. Part II reviews the intrinsic "reactive" causes of peripheral neuropathy, including those related to connective tissue, vasculitis, sarcoid, organ failure, and inflammatory bowel disease. The extrinsic causes of neuropathy and the induced or inherited causes of neuropathy are covered in separate articles in this issue of Seminars indoi:10.1055/s-0030-1267283 pmid:20941672 fatcat:zesgxlfg6rbw5adlkpkee37ycy