Sasekala AM

Sree Balaji Medical College & Hospital Affiliated to Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India


  • Research   
    Peripheral Neuropathy and Central Neuropathy Among Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
    Author(s): Sasekala AM*

    Peripheral neuropathy in DM is an established concept and the mechanism is said to be multifactorial. When correlating the peripheral nerve involvement (median nerve conduction parameters) with the central nerve involvement (VEP parameters) among the subjects with DM based on the duration of the disease, latency and amplitude were taken for consideration. Decreased amplitudes of the median nerve and P100-N75 of VEP among the three subgroups of duration of disease. duration of disease, the median nerve impairment was more between D1 and D2 than D2 to was also observed that the peripheral nerve (median nerve) and the central nerve (optic nerve) were found to be altered among subjects with DM and the alteration was positively correlating with the duration of disease and glycemic control... Read More»

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