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Neuropsychological Function in Diabetic Patients with Neuropathy

  • J. S. Lawson (a1), D. L Williams Erdahl (a2), T. N. Monga (a3), C. E. Bird (a4), M. W. Donald (a5), D. H. C. Surridge (a2) and F. J. J. Letemendia (a2)...
Summary

Psychometric examination of a group of diabetic patients and a group of age-matched controls failed to provide evidence of impaired intellectual functioning in the diabetic group. The cognitive status of the diabetics was not related to the duration of the illness, the age at diagnosis, or clinical ratings of peripheral or autonomic neuropathy.

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Neuropsychological Function in Diabetic Patients with Neuropathy

  • J. S. Lawson (a1), D. L Williams Erdahl (a2), T. N. Monga (a3), C. E. Bird (a4), M. W. Donald (a5), D. H. C. Surridge (a2) and F. J. J. Letemendia (a2)...
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