Neuropathy is quite a broad term that covers diseases and dysfunctions of the different types of nerves in the body. Sensory nerves control sensation, and if damaged can lead to tingling, pain, weakness and numbness in feet or hand. On the other hand, motor nerves allow movement and power, and if damaged they can cause weakness in the hands and feet.
Autonomic nerves control the systems of the body such as bladder and gut. If damaged, these nerves can cause changes in the heart rate and blood pressure. The term mononeuropathy refers to a single nerve being damaged or affected while the term polyneuropathy refers to multiple nerves being affected at the same time.