RESULTS Dia­betic Neu­ropathies (6)

DIA­BETIC NEU­ROPATHIES: A fam­ily of nerve dis­or­ders caused by dia­betes. Peo­ple with dia­betes can, over time, have dam­age to nerves through­out the body. Neu­ropathies lead to numb­ness and some­times pain and weak­ness in the hands, arms, feet, and legs.Problems may also occur in every organ sys­tem, includ­ing the diges­tive tract, heart, and sex organs. Peo­ple with dia­betes can develop nerve prob­lems at any time, but he longer a per­son has dia­betes, the greater the risk.

Source: National Dia­betes Infor­ma­tion Clear­ing­house

Dia­betic Neu­ropathies : The fol­low­ing are avail­able in the Resource Cen­tre or online.
Dia­betic Neu­ropa­thy
Gov­ern­ment of Alberta. 2019. Canada.
Addi­tional Types of Neu­ropa­thy
Amer­i­can Dia­betes Asso­ci­a­tion. 2013. USA.
Dia­betic Neu­ropa­thy Infor­ma­tion Page
National Insti­tute of Neu­ro­log­i­cal Dis­or­ders and Stroke. 2019. USA.
Liv­ing with Dia­betes: Addi­tional Types of Neu­ropa­thy
Amer­i­can Dia­betes Asso­ci­a­tion. 2019. USA.
Periph­eral Neu­ropa­thy
Amer­i­can Dia­betes Asso­ci­a­tion. n.d. USA.
Dia­betic Neu­ropathies: The Nerve Dam­age of Dia­betes
National Insti­tute of Health. 2018. USA.

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