What Are the Symptoms of Axonal Neuropathy?
The symptoms of axonal neuropathy include loss of sensation, muscle weakness and loss of reflexes, according to the Cleveland Clinic. Axonal neuropathies can also affect blood pressure, producing light-headedness or syncope. Axonal neuropathies cause the axons of nerve cells to degenerate. Symptoms vary depending on whether the neuropathy affects the sensory, motor or autonomic nerve axons.