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Gabapentin, painful neuropathy management, 359 Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), features in diabetes, 435 Gastrointestinal symptoms constipation, see Constipation diarrhea, see Diarrhea epidemiology in diabetes, 433 esophageal dysfunction, see Esophageal dysfunction fecal incontinence, see Fecal incontinence gastroparesis syndrome, see Gastroparesis syndrome Gastroparesis syndrome clinical findings and evaluation, 437-440 management, 440-442 pathogenesis in diabetes, 436, 437 Genetics, diabetic neuropathy activation abnormalities nerve growth factor, 43 nuclear factor-KB, 41 oxidative stress response genes, 42 poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase, 42, 43 protein kinase C, 41 sodium/potassium ATPase, 43 vascular endothelial growth factor, 41 candidate genes aldose reductase, see Aldose reductase identification, 33, 34, 37 mutation types, 33 overview, 31-33 Genitourinary complications, see Bladder dysfunction; Erectile dysfunction; Female sexual dysfunction GERD, see Gastroesophageal reflux disease Gli, signaling, 94, 95 Glucose counterregulation, hypoglycemia defects, 380, 381, 384 Glutathione, antioxidant activity, 100, 101 Glycemic control, acute painful neuropathy poor glycemic control, 250 rapid glycemic control, 250, 251 Glycemic control neuropathy protection, 69 painful neuropathy management, 356, 357 Gustatory sweating, diabetes association and features, 426, 427

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