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Aust N Z J Med. 1976 Dec;6(6):565-8.

Diabetic peripheral neuropathy: nerve conduction studies before, during and after carbamazepine therapy.

Abstract

Fifty-four patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathy were treated with carbamazepine for a period of one year. Clinical assessment and nerve conduction velocity studies (NCV) were done periodically. Forty-nine patients had symptomatic relief of all sensory manifestations but NCV remained essentially unchanged. Untoward effects of the drug were frequent but transitory. It was concluded that carbamazepine is a dependable drug for the treatment of symptomatic diabetic sensory polyneuropathy.

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