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A 48-year-old British Caucasian male, presented aged 45 with progressive peripheral and autonomic neuropathy. There was a 2 year history of bilateral veil-like floaters. His mother had died of FAP aged 67 years. Three siblings and two daughters were fit and well.
Cardiovascular and systemic examinations were normal. Neurological assessment revealed symmetrical sensorimotor polyneuropathy, and bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome. Visual …
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