noun. swelling of a lot of nerves simultaneously, generally consisting of peripheral nerves as an outcome of infection. Indicators are inclusive of severe pain, muscle atrophy, and paralysis.

POLYNEURITIS: "Their son has a condition called Polyneuritis, which is temporary and treatable."
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