Painful Peripheral Neuropathies by Marchettini, Lacerenza, Mauri & Marangoni

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Key neurologists in this article escalate the seriousness of small fiber peripheral neuropathies.
They argue:
(a) that the extent of pain in painful neuropathies often constitutes a "medical emergency"
(b) that when pain is present it is "among the most disabling symptoms"
(c) that the "origin of the pain is often missed and patients receive inadequate or delayed specific treatment"

The article investigates and analyses sensory nerve pain in great detail.

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