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|Subclinical peripheral neuropathy in type 1 diabetic patients A Case Control Study.|
Shyam Kishor Singh Rajpoot and Dr.Manila Jain
The most common kind of neuropathy, known medically as diabetic neuropathy (DN), is also one of the most devastating complications of diabetes over the long term. The symptoms are more severe in those with type 1 diabetes mellitus because to the rapid course of the illness in that form of diabetes; nonetheless, all kinds of diabetes are impacted. The term "subclinical neuropathy" refers to a condition in which a person has an electrophysiological impairment of nerve function but does not exhibit any clinical indications of peripheral nerve sickness.
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