Complications of diabetes include neuropathy. There are different types of neuropathy as classified by the Mayo Clinic website:
- peripheral neuropathy
- autonomic neuropathy
- radiculoplexus neuropathy
for more information, go to the Mayo Clinic website
Patients at the Vein Treatment Center will be assessed for symptoms of diabetic neuropathy, and where appropriate, will be referred to a neurologist for additional evaluation and treatment.
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