What Is Diabetic Myopathy?

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Diabetic Myopathy refers to one of the common medical problems related to being diabetic. This result to muscles failing to function in a certain part of the body. There is basically nothing left that can be done at this point but to amputate or require hospital stay so as to relieve the pain. Diabetic myopathy is usually found in hands, feet, arms, hands, legs and fingers.
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Myopathy is a term used to describe many muscle diseases found in humans. Myopathy can cause muscle weakness, tenderness, fever and other symptoms. It can also be fatal depending
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DISEASE OF A MUSCLE
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