neuropath

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neu·ro·path

(nū'rō-path),
One who suffers from or is predisposed to some disease of the nervous system.
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Thus, in his Suicide, Durkheim insisted that "a society does not depend for its number of suicides on having more or fewer neuropaths or alcoholics.
This study concluded that neuropathic patients with foot ulcers had more limited joint mobility than non-neuropaths and uncomplicated neuropaths. It has been shown by others[11] that this relationship is valid, however the practical importance of this finding has not yet been discussed.