Peripheral neuropathy points to something sinister

This presentation can be caused by any number of conditions, some more concerning than others

Genevieve, a 73-year-old female presents with a four-year history of symmetrical painful peripheral neuropathy, with tactile hyperaesthesia worse at night.

Figure 1. CT abdomen demonstrating loculated ascitic fluid (arrow) anterior to the omentum.
Figure 1. CT abdomen demonstrating loculated ascitic fluid (arrow) anterior to the omentum.

She has a past history of anxiety and osteoarthritis.

There is no

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