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Acute inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (AFP) in children is observed at a frequency of 1.1 per 100,000 population per year. A reliable association of AFDP with infections and a pathoimmune reaction has been proved, which leads to autoimmune tissue damage using the mechanisms of molecular mimicry. ENMG is the "gold standard" for examining such patients; conducting ENMG with an assessment of neural conductivity in case of short-term local ischemia showed its resistance.


Acute demyelinating polyneuropathy, children, ENMG.

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Djurabekova Aziza Takhirovna, Igamova Saodat Sur’atovna, and Abdurafikov Abdumalik Abduhakim o’gli, “THE NATURE OF ELECTRONEUROMYOGRAPHY INDICATORS IN CHILDREN WITH DEMYELINATING POLYNEUROPATHY”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 6, no. ICDSIIL, p. 4, Feb. 2021.

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