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What is Toxic polyneuropathy -- Trichloroethylene?

What is Toxic polyneuropathy -- Trichloroethylene?

  • Toxic polyneuropathy -- Trichloroethylene: Trichloroethylene is often used as an industrial degreaser. Exposure the trichloroethylene can cause damage to the peripheral nervous system (neuropathy) due to its toxic effect on the nerves. Symptoms usually start in the outermost parts of the body such as the fingers and toes and moves towards the centre of the body. Usually more than one nerve is affected (polyneuropathy).

Toxic polyneuropathy -- Trichloroethylene: Introduction

What are the symptoms of Toxic polyneuropathy -- Trichloroethylene?

Symptoms of Toxic polyneuropathy -- Trichloroethylene: see symptoms of Toxic polyneuropathy -- Trichloroethylene

Toxic polyneuropathy -- Trichloroethylene: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Toxic polyneuropathy -- Trichloroethylene.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Toxic polyneuropathy -- Trichloroethylene.

How is it treated?

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Name of Toxic polyneuropathy -- Trichloroethylene

Main name of condition: Toxic polyneuropathy -- Trichloroethylene


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