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    1 : MD Residents, Phase-A, Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, BSMMU
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    3 : Dr. Indira Roy, MD,Phase-A Resident, Endocrinology And Metabolism, bsmmu.
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    20 : Reference: Davidson’s Principles and Practice of Medicine, 22nd edition
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    27 : According to site of involvement
    28 : According to pattern of involvement
    29 : According to onset and course
    30 : According to concerned pathology( Chronic)
    31 : Small-fiber sensory (painful neuropathies and dissociated sensory loss) Hereditary sensory neuropathies (early) Lepromatous leprosy Diabetic (includes glucose intolerance) small-fiber neuropathy Amyloidosis Analphalipoproteinemia (Tangier disease) Fabry’s disease (pain predominates) Dysautonomia (Riley-Day syndrome) HIV and antiretroviral therapy neuropathy Large-fiber sensory (ataxic-neuropathies) Sjogren’s syndrome Vitamin B12 neuropathy (from dorsal column involvement) Cisplatin neuropathy Pyridoxine toxicity Friedreich’s ataxia According to involved nerve fibres
    32 : Small- and large-fiber: Global sensory loss Carcinomatous sensory neuropathy Hereditary sensory neuropathies (recessive and dominant) Diabetic sensory neuropathy Vacor intoxication Xanthomatous neuropathy of primary biliary cirrhosis (tabes dorsalis) Motor-predominant neuropathies Immune neuropathies: acute (Guillain-Barre syndrome); relapsing Heritable motor-sensory neuropathies Acute intermittent porphyria Diphtheritic neuropathy Lead neuropathy Brachial neuritis Diabetic lumbosacral plexus neuropathy (diabetic amyotrophy) Autonomic Acute: Acute pandysautonomic neuropathies, botulism, porphyria, GBS, vacore, amiodarone, vincristine Chronic: Amyloid, diabetes, Sjogren’s, HSAN I and III (Riley-Day), Chagas, paraneoplastic Note: GBS, Guillain-Barre syndrome; HSAN, hereditary sensory and autonomic neuropathy
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    42 : Davidson’s Principles And Practice of Medicine, 22nd Edition Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, 18th Edition Clinical Neuroanatomy, Richard S. Snell, 7th Edition Adam’s and Victor’s Principles of Neurology, 9th Edition
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