Peroneal palsy in depression.
In the psychiatric patient cross leg palsy can be a subtle but significant problem. The patient, rendered inactive by a depressive illness, who has lost weight, whose activities include much sitting, or who has a disease that may predispose to a neuropathy, should be observed closely for this preventable and treatable problem.
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