Prevalence of peripheral neuropathy in the Parsi community of Bombay.

@article{Bharucha1991PrevalenceOP,
  title={Prevalence of peripheral neuropathy in the Parsi community of Bombay.},
  author={Nadir E. Bharucha and Adil E Bharucha and Eddie Bharucha},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={1991},
  volume={41 8},
  pages={1315-7}
}
We carried out a door-to-door survey to screen for neurologic diseases, including peripheral neuropathy, in a community of 14,010 Parsis living in housing colonies in Bombay, India. The most common neurologic disorder was peripheral neuropathy with 334 cases (2,384 cases/100,000 population). The most common neuropathy was compressive, with diabetes the most common noncompressive etiology. There was no leprosy, and nutritional neuropathies were rare. 

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