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Pathogenesis

By Hyperglycaemic Neuropathy

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neuropathy: mechanisms and future treatment options There is no single diabetic neuropathy. A wide variety of syndromes involving the peripheral nerves may be encoun-tered in patients with diabetes mellitus, implying a correspondingly diverse range of underlying causative mechanisms. The classification of the diabetic neuropathies is not yet finalised and has required successive modifica-tions in the light of accumulating knowledge. The scheme favoured by myself is given in the table. This broadly categorises the manifestations into (1) rapidly reversible phenomena, (2) generalised polyneuropathies, (3) focal and multifocal neuropathies, and (4) superimposed chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy

Year: 2016
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