Vibratory and Cooling Detection Thresholds Compared With Other Tests in Diagnosing and Staging Diabetic Neuropathy

@article{Dyck1987VibratoryAC,
  title={Vibratory and Cooling Detection Thresholds Compared With Other Tests in Diagnosing and Staging Diabetic Neuropathy},
  author={P. Dyck and W. Bushek and E. Spring and J. Karnes and W. Litchy and P. O'brien and F. Service},
  journal={Diabetes Care},
  year={1987},
  volume={10},
  pages={432 - 440}
}
Increasingly more tests are being used to detect and characterize diabetic polyneuropathy, but their value in setting minimal criteria for the diagnosis of neuropathy and for staging severity remains inadequately studied. In 180 diabetics, we compared the percentage of patients with test abnormalities and associations among test results, evaluating neuropathic symptoms [neuropathy symptom score (NSS) and neuropathy scale of neuropathy symptom profile (NNSP)], deficits [neurologic disability… Expand
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