Polyneuropathy is not more common in prediabetes

02/22/2012 | DailyRx.com

Data on 542 older patients with polyneuropathy showed that 174 had prediabetes, while 150 were otherwise healthy, suggesting that the rate of diabetic polyneuropathy was not more common among those with prediabetes compared with their healthier counterparts. The findings appear in Diabetes Care.

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