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  • noun Plural form of neuropathy.

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  • Pain and numbness in the body’s nerves—primarily in the hands, feet, and face—are called neuropathies.

    You Being Beautiful

  • Pain and numbness in the body’s nerves—primarily in the hands, feet, and face—are called neuropathies.

    You Being Beautiful

  • All the above conditions exist as central nervous system neuropathies, that is, central nervous manifestations of a systemic autoimmune, inflammatory disease process.

    Comments for Biotech Blog

  • All the above conditions exist as central nervous system neuropathies, that is, central nervous manifestations of a systemic autoimmune, inflammatory disease process.

    Comments for Biotech Blog

  • Chronic exposure can cause peripheral neuropathies, electrolyte abnormalities and renal toxicity.

    Hydrocarbon Ingestion

  • When Lupski focused on just the known CMT genes and others linked with various neuropathies, there was a short list of fifty-four candidates.

    The $1,000 Genome

  • Coal-burning power plants can release mercury into the atmosphere even knowing the cost in psychotic episodes, kidnapping and murdering children, murder/suicides, "going postal", families killed by complete strangers or each other, increased incidence of autism, diabetes, alzheimer's, psychosis by chemical neuropathies -- the utter breakdown of the social contract and respect for "inalienable rights".

    GOP Psychosis

  • Most important, work to control your blood sugar because diabetes is a major cause of neuropathies.

    You Being Beautiful

  • Most important, work to control your blood sugar because diabetes is a major cause of neuropathies.

    You Being Beautiful

  • In 1996, a Parke-Davis sales representative created a document that said sales representatives could ask doctors if they ever used other antiepileptic drugs for painful neuropathies and then mention that approximately 35% of all Neurontin use is non-seizure.

    Suicide Risk of Neurontin Kept Hidden for Years

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