Patterns of quantitative sensation testing of hypoesthesia and hyperalgesia are predictive of diabetic polyneuropathy: A study of three cohorts

Peter J. Dyck, P. James B. Dyck, Jorge A. Velosa, Timothy S. Larson, Peter C. O'Brien

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