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Anti-CV2-mediated sensory neuronopathy with lesions of posterior columns in spinal MRI

Published:November 10, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jocn.2022.10.021

      Highlights

      • CV2-antibodies cause radiculitis and secondary damage to the posterior fasciculi.
      • Paraneoplastic sensory neuronopathy should be considered in differential diagnosis of dorsal column lesions.
      • Paraneoplastic sensory neuronopathy causes delayed spinal cord lesions, initial MRI can show no imaging correlate.
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