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nʊˈrɒp ə θi, nyʊ-neu·ropa·thy

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. neuropathynoun

    any pathology of the peripheral nerves

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  1. neuropathynoun

    Any disease of the peripheral nervous system.

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  1. neuropathy

    Neuropathy, also known as peripheral neuropathy, generally refers to a range of health problems involving damage to the peripheral nerves — the complex network of nerves that transmit signals between the central nervous system (the brain and spine) and the rest of the body. This can lead to symptoms such as pain, weakness, numbness, or other changes in sensation, often in the hands and feet. Neuropathies can be caused by various factors including certain diseases or conditions, infections, exposure to toxins, genetic predisposition, or certain medications or treatments.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Neuropathynoun

    an affection of the nervous system or of a nerve

  2. Etymology: [Neuro- + Gr. , , to suffer.]

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of neuropathy in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of neuropathy in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

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    Reuters Health might be that eating less of that in a plant-based diet might be helpful( in reducing inflammation), but again it was just 20 weeks and Reuters Health takes years and years for neuropathy to develop, we need to see long-term and nobody’s going to pay for that.

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