Autonomic dysfunction is frequent and disabling in non-paraneoplastic sensory neuronopathies

Sensory neuronopathies (SN) are characterized by asymmetric non-length dependent sensory deficits and sensory ataxia. Autonomic dysfunction in SN was not yet evaluated regarding its frequency, characteristics and relationship to sensory deficits. To address these issues, we performed a comprehensive clinical and neurophysiological evaluation of a large cohort of non-paraneoplastic SN (np-SN).

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