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type 1diabetes prevalence

N Tentolouris, S Pagoni, A Tzonou, N Katsilambros
Background: Peripheral somatic and autonomic neuropathies are the most common types of diabetic polyneuropathy. Although duration and degree of hyperglycemia are considered to be risk factors for both autonomic and peripheral neuropathy, recent studies have raised the question of a different development and natural history of these neuropathies in diabetes. In addition, a few studies have investigated the relationship between chronic painful and autonomic neuropathy. The aim of this study was to investigate to what extent autonomic and peripheral neuropathy coexist, as well as whether painful neuropathy is more common in diabetic patients with autonomic neuropathy...
February 2001: European Journal of Internal Medicine
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