In the results of an electromyography comes: polyneuropathy with axonal features
What does "axonal features" mean?
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Axonal features means that there is evidence to suggest damage to the axon as opposed to the myelin sheath.
Essentially axonal damage leads to a reduction of amplitude with preservation of nerve conduction velocity whereas demyelination results in a reduction of conduction velocity.