Inflammatory neuropathies can be caused by infections or an autoimmune process. There are several specific causes of this neuropathy. However, in most cases the immune system begins attacking the nerves, which causes neuropathy. Patients can complain of sensory symptoms like burning, tingling or numbness. They may also have motor symptoms like muscle weakness. It may be contained in the arms or legs or more widespread.
Infectious with a specific casual agent identified: