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Location of Nerves Affected by Autonomic Neuropathy

View full-sized image Illustration of a body with shaded lines showing the location of nerves affected by autonomic neuropathy. Autonomic nerves are in the heart, stomach, intestines, bladder, sex organs, sweat glands, eyes, and lungs.
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Black and white illustration of a body with shaded lines showing the location of nerves affected by autonomic neuropathy. Autonomic nerves are in the heart, stomach, intestines, bladder, sex organs, sweat glands, eyes, and lungs.

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Illustration of a body with shaded lines showing the location of nerves affected by autonomic neuropathy. Autonomic nerves are in the heart, stomach, intestines, bladder, sex organs, sweat glands, eyes, and lungs.

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Autonomic neuropathy affects the nerves in the heart, stomach, intestines, bladder, sex organs, sweat glands, eyes, and lungs.

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