Bolna dijabetička polineuropatija
Rad. Medical sciences; No.504=33
Diabetic polyneuropathy represents mostly symmetrical damage of the peripheral nerves associated with diabetes mellitus. Clinical picture depends on the duration of diabetes, glucose blood level and insulin use. Distal symmetric polyneuropathy is the most common neuropathy of diabetes. It presents with sensory symptoms, paresthesiae and fingers pain in the hands and legs. Isolated forms of DPN are asymmetrical (focal or multifocal) and autoimmune form.
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