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Resolution of diabetic autonomic neuropathy
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    Reversibility of autonomic neuropathy

    Dear Editor

    The author has demonstrated reversibility of autonomic neuropathy those cases very well. Metabolic and vascular factors contribute to the pathogenesis of autonomic and peripheral neuropathy. It is related to the duration and severity of hyperglycemias

    Clinically overt diabetic neuropathy is characterized by neuroanatomical changes of the node of Ranvier and myelinated axons, and by decreas...

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