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study of the vascular lesion in diabetes mellitus
John Salvatore Longo
Thesis (Dip.Periodont.)--University of Toronto, 1971.
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For inclusion in the present study, participants had to be 55–80 years of age, functionally independent, and Dutch-speaking. Type 2 diabetes patients (n = ; 56–80 years of age) were recruited through their general practitioner and had a diabetes duration of at least 1 year. Lowe G, Woodward M, Hillis G, Rumley A, Li Q, Harrap S, Marre M, Hamet P, Patel A, Poulter N () Circulating inflammatory markers and the risk of vascular complications and mortality in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular disease or risk factors: the advance study. Diabetes. DB_ Google Scholar.
Although these lesions may appear in anyone, particularly after an injury or trauma to the area, they are one of the most common skin problems found in patients with diabetes mellitus. Diabetic dermopathy has been found to occur in up to 30% of patients with diabetes. It has long been suspected that the vascular disease seen in patients with diabetes mellitus might not be directly related to the control, severity, or duration of the carbohydrate defectIf this is true, it modifies and broadens the etiologic concept of diabetes.
Diabetic patients are at increased risk for stroke, but little is known about the presence of other brain lesions. We studied the association of magnetic resonance imaging–detected brain lesions to diabetes in 1, individuals aged 65–75 years who were randomly selected from eight European population registries or defined working populations. The pathogenesis of selective β-cell destruction within the islet in type 1 diabetes mellitus is difficult to follow due to marked heterogeneity of the pancreatic lesions.
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The book will be divided into seven sections, each emphasizing a common incentive to development of vascular disease in diabetes. Section I deals with pathophysiology of diabetic vascular disease, beginning with an update on the global burden of diabetes mellitus and its vascular : Hardcover.
The clinical syndrome associated with the capillary vascular lesion in diabetes stems from two primary sites: the eyes and the kidneys.
In each of these locations th vascular lesion is quite specific for diabetes and the clinical consequences are very serious. There is evidence suggesting a common morphologic and biochemical basis for the microaneurysms in the retina and the hyaline Cited by: 5. On the pathogenesis of the foot-lesions in diabetics.
Acta Med Scand. May; – PUTT FA, HUKILL PB. Alcian green. A routine stain for mucins. Arch Pathol. Aug; – ZACKS SI, PEGUES JJ, ELLIOTT FA. Interstitial muscle capillaries in patients with diabetes mellitus: a light and electron microscope study.
by: ATHEROSCLEROSIS, medical sclerosis, and arteriolar sclerosis all occur more frequently in diabetic than in nondiabetic patients. The clinical features of these conditions in diabetics were reviewed in previous reports.* As a cause of morbidity and Cited by: 5.
COVID campus closures: see options for getting or retaining Remote Access to subscribed contentCited by: This is now supported both by results obtained in animal models of diabetes mellitus and by functional abnormalities in the coronary and peripheral circula- tion in patients with type I and type II diabetes Endothelial dysfunction may represent a common pathogenetic framework that contributes in both types of diabetes mellitus to the development of vascular lesions that affect the microcirculation Cited by: Several studies have linked patients with diabetes, particularly those who inject insulin, to a higher incidence of carriage of Staphylococcus aureus than the general population Other studies have failed to link Staphylococcal carriage to insulin injection but have shown a high carriage rate for both insulin- and noninsulin-using diabetic patients Some investigators have suggested that individuals with diabetes.
Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a global health problem. During recent years DM prevalence has increased consistently. Diabetes mellitus has become among the biggest health problem in many countries, especially the low-and middle-income countries.
As foot ulcers are a significant risk factor for limb loss, prevention, and timely diagnosis and treatment, may translate into a reduced amputation rate.
Diabetes mellitus (DM) is associated with brain atrophy and vascular brain lesions. Cardiovascular disease is a key determinant in this association.
We assessed whether DM increased the rate of progression of brain atrophy, vascular brain lesions, and cognitive decline in patients with symptomatic atherosclerotic disease. The most well-established clinical advances in preventing vascular complications of diabetes include intensive blood glucose lowering which decreases the risk of nephropathy and retinopathy, antihypertensive medicine which decreases the risk of cardiovascular disease, nephropathy, and retinopathy, panretinal photocoagulation and agents targeting vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) which slows the progression of diabetic retinopathy, and statin therapy.
Diabetes mellitus affects approximately million persons worldwide. 1 Five to ten percent have type 1 (formerly known as insulin-dependent) and 90% to 95% have type 2 (non–insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus.
It is likely that the incidence of type 2 diabetes will rise as a consequence of lifestyle patterns contributing to obesity. 2 Cardiovascular physicians are encountering many of. OBJECTIVE —The objective of this study was to describe prevalent vascular retinal lesions among patients with type 2 diabetes enrolled in the ADVANCE Retinal Measurements (AdRem) study, a substudy of the Action in Diabetes and Vascular Disease: Preterax and Diamicron MR Controlled Evaluation (ADVANCE) trial.
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS —Seven-field stereoscopic. Cerebral small vessel disease, including microvascular lesions, is considered to play an important role in the development of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM)-associated cognitive deficits. With ultra-high field MRI, microvascular lesions (e.g., microinfarcts and microbleeds) can now be visualized in vivo.
For the current study, 48 nondemented older individuals with T2DM (mean age ± This book intends to bring together, a panel of renowned experts in the field of vascular biology and diabetology, to integrate the current understanding of the pathogenesis and pathophysiology of vascular diseases in diabetes mellitus.
This attempt is significant given the increasing interest in this area as the prevalence of vascular diseases continues to escalate globally. Tolstoi, E.; Newer Concepts in the treatment of Diabetes Mellitus with Protamine Insulin.
Am J. Digest. Dis. Google Scholar. Diabetes mellitus comprises a group of carbohydrate metabolism disorders that share a common main feature of chronic hyperglycemia that results from defects of insulin secretion, insulin action, or both. Insulin is an important anabolic hormone, and its deficiency leads to various metabolic abnormalities in proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates.
Atherosclerosis develops as a result of a. Circulation ; National diabetes data group: classification and diagnosis of diabetes mellitus and other categories of glucose metabo- lism.
Diabetes ;2S: 5. GENSLER SW, HAIMOVICI H, HOFFERT P, et al. Study of vascular lesions in diabetic, nondiabetic patients. Arch Surg ;9/ 6. Diabetic neuropathy is the most common and troublesome complication of diabetes mellitus, leading to the greatest morbidity and mortality and resulting in a huge economic burden for diabetes care.
A hospital-based case-control study of patients presenting with a first-ever lacunar stroke showed that the risk of lacunar stroke was 2 times higher in diabetic patients compared with age and sex- matched controls. 4 In another case-control study, diabetes was associated with an increased prevalence of lacunar strokes compared with other ischemic stroke subtypes.
A Non-Atheromatous Proliferative Vascular Lesion of the Retina in Diabetes Mellitus* Role m the Etiology of Diabetic Retinopathy HERMAN T. BLUMENTHAL, PH.D., M.D., MORRIS ALEX, M.D. and SIDNEY GOLDENBERG, M.D. Louis, Missouri THE increased frequency of the vascular com- plications of diabetes is often ascribed to improved control of carbohydrate utilization and ketosis, Cited by:.
Diabetes mellitus is a condition with severe and life-threatening complications and epidemic proportions worldwide. The study of diabetes on bones can provide crucial information to the forensic. Study of association of serum uric acid with albuminuria and carotid atherosclerosis in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients Kuldeep Singh, 1 Pardeep Kumar, 1 Arun Joshi, 2 Dileep Kumar Shivhare, 3 Subodh Kumar Mahto, 1 Akanskha Singh, 1 Ankita Aneja.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: West, Kelly M. Epidemiology of diabetes and its vascular lesions. New York: Elsevier, © (OCoLC)