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Effects of physical therapy on electrodiagnostic parameters and quality of life of patients with distal symmetric sensorimotor diabetic polyneuropathy
Objective. To determine effects of physical therapy on electrodiagnostic parameters of peroneal and sural nerves (conduction velocity, latency, amplitude) and on the quality of life of patients with distal symmetric sensorimotor diabetic polyneuropathy (DSPN). Methods. The clinical study included 30 subjects who suffer from type 2 diabetes mellitus and who had been diagnosed with DSPN based on clinical symptoms, signs and parameters of the nerve conduction study. Each of those 30 patients wasdoi:10.5937/mckg47-3924 fatcat:52lqvni3cratfiwknmvi34c5su