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Peripheral neuropathy in patients with diabetic foot ulcers: Clinical and nerve conduction study

Peripheral neuropathy in patients with diabetic foot ulcers: Clinical and nerve conduction study,10.1016/j.jns.2007.02.028,Journal of The Neurological

Peripheral neuropathy in patients with diabetic foot ulcers: Clinical and nerve conduction study   (Citations: 12)
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ObjectivesDiabetic foot lesions develop predominantly in male patients and sensory neuropathy is the most frequent type of neuropathy associated with these lesions. The aim of this study was to analyze the clinical and electrophysiological features in a cohort of patients with diabetic foot.
Journal: Journal of The Neurological Sciences - J NEUROL SCI , vol. 258, no. 1, pp. 75-79, 2007
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    • ...Men are more likely to have some of the independent predictors for LEA, such as diabetic foot ulceration [20], PAD [21], cigarette use [29, 35], and peripheral neuropathy [9]...
    • ...Sensory neuropathy is the most common type of neuropathy associated with diabetic foot ulceration, and men have nearly twice the odds of having insensate neuropathy as women and have nerve conduction abnormalities that are more severe [5, 20, 34]...

    Monica E. Peek. Gender Differences in Diabetes-related Lower Extremity Amputations

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