Painful diabetic neuropathy.


PDN is commonly caused by involvement of either the C fibres or the Aδ fibres. PDN caused by the involvement of small nerve fibers (C fibres), may present without objective clinical findings, such as decreased peripheral reflexes or abnormalities, on routine electrophysiological studies. Small fiber neuropathies may manifest as a number of different… (More)


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@article{Dandona1985PainfulDN, title={Painful diabetic neuropathy.}, author={Paresh Dandona and Vivian A. Fonseca and Professor P. K. Thomas and Gareth Llewellyn and John Bolger}, journal={Lancet}, year={1985}, volume={1 8430}, pages={697} }