Researchers sought to evaluate the association between objective and subjective assessments of neurosensory function in post-traumatic neuropathy and predict neurosensory outcome using baseline measurements.
Researchers evaluated the correlation of liver fibrosis and steatosis with diabetic peripheral neuropathy in patients with type 2 diabetes.
Among patients with chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy, perceptions of items on the I-RODS may influence the value of the disability assessment scale.
Researchers assessed white matter microstructure and connectivity in SFN to test the hypothesis that altered white matter connectivity of the thalamus is a biomarker for neuropathic pain.
Investigators conducted the first the first double-blind, randomized, controlled trial evaluating the safety and efficacy of intravenous immunoglobulin vs placebo patients with idiopathic small fiber neuropathy.
Researchers compared standard cardiovascular autonomic reflex tests results among patients with schizophrenia and psychiatrically healthy controls at a university hospital in Denmark.
Investigators assessed the efficacy of 10-kHz high-frequency devices as a rescue treatment in patients with failed conventional spinal cord stimulation therapy for chronic pain without needing to change the spinal hardware.
Gene therapy shows promise in the management of inherited peripheral neuropathy and the complex array of symptoms that patients experience. Gene therapy holds promise in the management of peripheral neuropathies and in significant improvement of quality of life for patients.
A team of researchers found several under-recognized features of CEDNIK syndrome when they assessed and reported on new patients with the rare genetic disease.
The researchers sought to evaluate the relationship between pain management and stimulant use in people with chronic pain.