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Assessing pain-associated SNPs through the linkage of genetic and clinical information

Hereditary neuropathies are a group of peripheral nervous system disorders that are characterized by numbness, tingling, and pain in the feet and/ or hands1. The four main subcategories of hereditary neuropathy include motor, sensory, motor and sensory, or sensory and autonomic. As the name suggests, hereditary neuropathy has a genetic component; however, the degree of severity varies from person to person with some being more severely affected than others.

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