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SPTLC1 and RAB7 mutation analysis in dominantly inherited and idiopathic sensory neuropathies
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    Research on burning feet anomaly of HAN1

    Dear Editor,

    I am a member (at least 5th generation) of a family with HSN1. The original article on my family (Riley, H.A. Syringomylia or Myleodysplasia, J Nervous and Mental Disease, vol 72, no. 1, pp. 1-27, 1930) had not identified it as such, but the Riley article has subsequently been referred to in several neurology texts as an example of HSN, Type I. Any researchers investigating this specific neuropathy (HS...

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