Diagnóstico y tratamiento sintomático | 10 AGO 15

Neuropatía periférica: enfoque práctico

¿Cómo determinar, entre los pacientes con neuropatía periférica, quienes necesitan una consulta neurológica? ¿Cómo tratar los síntomas de la neuropatía periférica? Una revisión en profundidad orientada al médico práctico.
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