The spatial distribution of fiber loss in diabetic polyneuropathy suggests ischemia

@article{Dyck1986TheSD,
  title={The spatial distribution of fiber loss in diabetic polyneuropathy suggests ischemia},
  author={P. Dyck and J. Karnes and P. O'brien and H. Okazaki and A. Lais and J. Engelstad},
  journal={Annals of Neurology},
  year={1986},
  volume={19}
}
Characterization and quantitation of the spatial distribution of pathological abnormalities along the length of nerves may be helpful in understanding the underlying mechanisms of diabetic polyneuropathy. To this end, by examining transverse sections of nerve roots and proximal‐to‐distal levels of lower limb nerves in 9 controls and 15 diabetic patients with polyneuropathy, we have determined the myelinated fiber (MF) number, size distribution, median diameter, and variability of density (MFs… Expand
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