Comorbid Complicated Course of Vegetative Diabetic Polyneuropathy. Clinical Case. Multidisciplinary Approach in Treatment

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Diabetic polyneuropathy is the most difficult to diagnose manifestation of diabetes mellitus. It affects many organs and systems and exacerbates complications of both an infectious and non-infectious nature. Currently, tuberculosis remains one of the socially significant pathologies in the modern medicine. Extrapulmonary form (for example, liver tuberculosis) is one of the most difficult to diagnose forms of this pathology. Mortality in the presence of an asymptomatic course is up to 40% in the population of patients with liver tuberculosis. This article provides an example of diagnostic analytics, supervision, and combination treatment with a multidisciplinary approach on the example of a specific clinical case from practice.

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Koreyba, K., Tsyplakov, D., Koreyba, E. et al. Comorbid Complicated Course of Vegetative Diabetic Polyneuropathy. Clinical Case. Multidisciplinary Approach in Treatment. BioNanoSci. (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12668-021-00839-0

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Keywords

  • Autonomic polyneuropathy
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Tuberculosis
  • Liver
  • Abdominal form