A disease or abnormality of the nervous system.(noun)
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Use "neuropathy" in a sentence
"After the surgery, he began feeling numbness and tingling in his feet, a condition, known as neuropathy, that is a potential side effect after back surgery."
"Any time I hear the word neuropathy I think vitamin B12 deficiency."
"For example, how many concussions are sufficient to cause long-term neuropathy like CTE (although research suggests the number may be quite small)?"