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Clinical Management of Diabetic Neuropathy.

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    Clinical Management of Diabetic Neuropathy. Edited by aristidis veves. (Pp 348, US$125). Published by The Humana Press, New Jersey, 1998. ISBN 0-896-03528-X.

    The neuropathies of diabetes are common (as the chapters in this book repeatedly remind us) and can be very disagreeable. Symptomless neuropathy underlies foot ulceration and sepsis as the commonest clinical consequence of diabetic neuropathy but other extremely unpleasant disorders range from exceptionally severe pain to the whole range of problems resulting from autonomic failure. This book comprehensively covers every aspect of the subject, systematically (and at times exhaustively) from its epidemiology and pathogenesis (exhaustingly) to structural, functional, and clinical problems and their treatment. Most of the …

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