Polyneuropathy in adolescent childhood cancer survivors - the PACCS study
2 days ago - By Pediatric Neurology
Childhood cancer survivors are at risk of polyneuropathy due to chemotherapy, but studies in young survivors are scarce and diagnosis is challenging. We aimed to study the presence of polyneuropathy and the possible effect of cumulative doses of chemotherapeutic agents in a representative group of adolescent survivors.
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