Definitions for "Diabetic neuropathy"
A nerve disorder caused by diabetes causing numbness or pain in the arms, hands, and feet. This may also result in damage to internal organs. Onset is quick and while no cure is available, research has shown intensive management of diabetes may help prevent most neurological damage.
a noninflammatory disease process associated with diabetes mellitus and characterized by sensory and/or motor disturbances in the peripheral nervous system. Patients commonly experience degeneration of sensory nerves and pathways.
Nerve damage from diabetes.