65-year-old female patient with progressive mono neuritis multiplex and a history of pain in upper and lower limbs – 04/05/2022


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The following are the probable diagnosis except

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The pointer to suggest vasculitis are following except

Previous report 2

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The following features indicate the possibility of paraneoplastic syndrome

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What are the further tests recommended?

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Absence of the parvovirus B-19, and Epstein-Barr virus rules out the following condition

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What is the final diagnosis?

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The diagnosis is confirmed by following tests


A 65-year-old female presented with a history of pain in the left hand which progressed to the right hand and lower limbs. She had a history of progressed mono neuritis multiplex. Can you diagnose this case?