What part of the body does CMT affect?
CMT affects the Peripheral Nervous System. It is a progressive nerve disease. Nerves weaken over time, causing progressive disability starting in the toes and fingers and working toward the center of the body.
- The brain and the spinal cord form the central nervous system (CNS).
- Peripheral nerves branch out of the spinal cord out to our fingertips and toes.
- They affect sensation, muscle strength, balance and involuntary functions like sweating.
They do this by carrying messages (electrical signals between the CNS to the rest of our body).
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