Fast Five Quiz: Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyradiculoneuropathy (CIDP) Presentation and Diagnosis

Jafar Kafaie, MD, PhD


June 30, 2021

Most experts agree that symptoms must be present for > 8 weeks to make the diagnosis of CIDP. As previously noted, CIDP symptoms usually progress gradually but may also present in a relapsing manner that comprises partial or complete recovery between recurrences; periods of worsening and improvement usually last weeks or months.

Learn more about the diagnosis of CIDP.


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