I see many Type 2 diabetes and some of them como with mononeuropathy especially Bell´s palsy and the guidelines will be usueful in may daily practice
Bell's Guidelines Issued — Physician’s First Watch
Bell's Guidelines Issued
By the Editors
A clinical practice guideline on Bell palsy is available from the American Academy of Otolaryngology — Head and Neck Surgery Foundation.
Among the key action statements are the following:
Clinicians should assess patients presenting with acute-onset unilateral facial paralysis to exclude other identifiable causes, such as herpes zoster, Lyme disease, and sarcoidosis.
Routine lab testing and diagnostic imaging are not recommended for patients with new-onset palsy.
Oral steroids should be given within 72 hours of symptom onset in patients aged 16 and older.
Antiviral monotherapy should not be given in new-onset disease.