The aetiology of neuropathy in experimental diabetes

@inproceedings{Cameron2003TheAO,
  title={The aetiology of neuropathy in experimental diabetes},
  author={Norman E Cameron},
  year={2003}
}
Most information on the aetiology of experimental diabetic neuropathy comes from studies on rodent models, particularly the streptozotocin-diabetic rat. The major factor that impairs small and large nerve fibre function is a decrease in nerve and ganglion perfusion. This leads to reduced conduction velocity, increased resistance to ischaemic conduction failure, blunted regenerative capacity, painful neuropathy, and autonomic nerve dysfunction. Hyperglycaemia, altered lipid metabolism and… CONTINUE READING

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