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Diagnosis and Management of Diabetic Neuropathies, Part 3 of 5

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"On inspection the feet may look normal. There may be autonomic features of dry skin; distended veins that fail to collapse on raising the feet first described by my mentor Professor John Ward, There may be neuropathic oedema."  

Link to download (.ppt format): Diagnosis and Management of Diabetic Neuropathies, Part 3 of 5

Other sets in this series:

Diagnosis and Management of Diabetic Neuropathies, Part 1 of 5

Diagnosis and Management of Diabetic Neuropathies, Part 2 of 5

Diagnosis and Management of Diabetic Neuropathies, Part 4 of 5

Diagnosis and Management of Diabetic Neuropathies, Part 5 of 5

 

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