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Technology to improve treatment of diabetic complications


Neuropathy is one of the most common complications of diabetes affecting about half of the diabetic population. Its implications can be severe: foot ulcers leading to amputations and disabling chronic pain. Traditional medical practice to detect neuropathy includes an annual foot examination with a test for sensory perception, such as a 5.07|10-g monofilament or a tuning fork. These subjective tests generally are conclusive when neuropathy has progressed to the loss of protective sensation, but they are ineffective tools for early detection of neuropathy. more

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