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However, there are currently no FDA-approved therapies for diabetic neuropathy, and only three approved therapies for pDPN. Polypharmacy is associated with its own risks, especially since medications used for neuropathic pain are not specifically targeted on peripheral nociceptive pathways, and therefore demonstrate undesirable adverse effect profiles.
To address this unmet need, an unwieldy guideline jungle has emerged to build consensus on therapeutic approaches for diabetic neuropathy. In the present review, we aim to provide a pragmatic guide on a range of treatments that have been evaluated in diabetic neuropathy.
Diagnosis and assessment In, the Toronto consensus panel on diabetic neuropathy subdivided the disease into typical and atypical diabetic neuropathy.
Typical DPN is "a symmetrical, length-dependent sensorimotor polyneuropathy attributable to metabolic and microvessel alterations as a result of chronic hyperglycemia exposure and cardiovascular risk covariates.
The presentation of diabetic neuropathy is variable, although the clinical picture is most frequently dominated by pain.
Of note, pain is reported by approximately one third of patients with diabetes, regardless of associated neurological deficits.
The classical description is that of an unremitting burning pain that is characteristically worse at night, with a gradual distal-to-proximal progression of symptoms in a glove-and-stocking distribution.
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