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Consensus recommendations released for diabetic sensorimotor polyneuropathy

Diabetic sensorimotor polyneuropathy remains inadequately diagnosed and treated, according to international experts who have developed consensus recommendations for screening, diagnosis, and treatment. In a paper published in Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, they say painful DSPN may develop in 13-26% of diabetes patients, and up to half of patients with DSPN may be asymptomatic. In ...

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