Peripheral neuropathy

What is Peripheral neuropathy?

Peripheral neuropathy is a general term indicating peripheral disorder of any cause.The manifestations of neuropathy may be so diverse that it is difficult for the physician to know where to begin and how to proceed.The clinical extradiagnostic approach to evaluation and management of a neuropathic disorder is very complicated .

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my husband has been taking methadone for years for peripheral neuropathy..he has only taken 10 mg. per day..he has gotten off but has experienced...

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Going by the history provided by you, it is quite possible that your husband has developed a dependence for methadone which is an addictive...

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