Sensory Neuronopathy in Patients with Recessive Polymerase γ Mutations

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Abstract

Detailed neuropathological investigation of patients with sensory neuronopathy and polymerase γ mutations revealed evidence of posterior column atrophy in spinal cord sections and marked neuronal cell loss with severe mitochondrial biochemical abnormalities (involving respiratory chain complexes I and IV) in the dorsal root ganglia.

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