Neuropath are diverse, and depend on the organs or glands affected. For example, if the nerves of the sweat glands are damaged, a person may lose the ability to sweat normally. Damage to other autonomic nerves can result in diarrhea, constipation, loss of bladder control, abnormal blood pressure and heart rate, and dizziness or fainting when rising to a standing position. Sensory-nerve neuropath can result in various complex symptoms, such as general numbness, loss of coordination and reflexes, burning sensations, heightened pain sensations or the inability to feel pain. There are many ways that neuropath develop. Certain neuropathies are inherited, such as those associated with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, a type of hereditary neurological disorder. More often, however, neuropathies are acquired from physical trauma, toxins, cancer medications, alcoholism, vitamin deficiencies, autoimmune disorders and metabolic disorders, including diabetes.
Related journals to neuropath:
Hereditary Genetics: Current Research, Journal of Steroids & Hormonal Science, Clinical Research on Foot & Ankle, Journal of Steroids & Hormonal Science, Journal of Pain & Relief, International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Journal of Neuroinfectious Diseases.