Stability unaffected by nerve decompression in patients with diabetic polyneuropathy
Effect of surgical decompression of nerves in the lower extremity in patients with painful diabetic polyneuropathy on stability: a randomized controlled trialClin Rehabil. 2015 Oct;29(10):994-1001
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42 patients with diabetes mellitus and diagnosed with painful diabetic polyneuropathy were randomly assigned to receive unilateral decompression of the tibial nerve in either their right or left leg, using the contralateral leg as a comparison. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of lower extremity nerve decompression on stability and function in patients with diabetic polyneu...
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