RETRACTED: A meta-analysis of surgical decompression in the treatment of diabetic peripheral neuropathy

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diabetes mellitus 2 endocrinologydiseases
diabetic neuropathy 5 endocrinologydiseases
gabapentin 1 endocrinologydiseasesdrugs
pregabalin 1 endocrinologydiseasesdrugs

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gabapentin 3929 for P-DPN include, but are not limited to, tricyclic antidepressants, anticonvulsants (pregabalin and gabapentin ), opioids, and tramadol (a weak opioid agonist).[[11],[12]] Treatment of P-DPN must be accompanied by
pregabalin 3914 medications for P-DPN include, but are not limited to, tricyclic antidepressants, anticonvulsants ( pregabalin and gabapentin), opioids, and tramadol (a weak opioid agonist).[[11],[12]] Treatment of P-DPN must be
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diabetes mellitus 6318 of interest. The neuropathic symptoms of peripheral nerves in diabetic patients should be caused by diabetes mellitus . Studies were excluded if the peripheral neuropathy was caused by other factors. Besides, case reports,
diabetes mellitus 8900 overlapping or incomplete in 12 literatures and the causes of neuropathic symptoms were not limited to diabetes mellitus in 1 literature. Thus, 12 literatures (including 8 prospective and 4 retrospective) encompassing 1825
diabetic neuropathy 852 Library was performed to collect the related literatures. The Medical Subject Headings used were “ diabetic neuropathy ,” “surgical decompression,” and “outcomes.” The methodological index for nonrandomized studies
diabetic neuropathy 3043 ulceration may require amputation within 10 years.[[5]]According to the number of involved nerves, diabetic neuropathy can be briefly classified into mononeuropathy and polyneuropathy.[[6]] Distal symmetric polyneuropathy
diabetic neuropathy 5295 or keywords. No limits were applied to the year of study. The Medical Subject Headings used were “ diabetic neuropathy ,” “surgical decompression,” and “outcomes.” The following text words, keywords, and their
diabetic neuropathy 5557 patients,” “peripheral nerve entrapment,” “diabetic peripheral neuropathy,” “symptomatic diabetic neuropathy ,” “painful diabetic neuropathy,” “nerve decompression,” “tunnel release,” “surgical
diabetic neuropathy 5592 entrapment,” “diabetic peripheral neuropathy,” “symptomatic diabetic neuropathy,” “painful diabetic neuropathy ,” “nerve decompression,” “tunnel release,” “surgical release,” and “surgical treatment.”

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