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|Title:||Metabolic factors in the development of retinopathy of juvenile-onset type I diabetes mellitus.|
|Authors:||Khosla, P K|
Tewari, H K
Bajaj, J S
Vaidya, M C
|Citation:||Khosla PK, Sharma K, Tewari HK, Bajaj JS, Vaidya MC. Metabolic factors in the development of retinopathy of juvenile-onset type I diabetes mellitus. Indian Journal of Ophthalmology. 1994 Mar; 42(1): 23-5|
|Abstract:||Thirty-five patients of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) were investigated for the effect of various metabolic factors on retinopathy. The severity of retinopathy increased with duration and age of onset of IDDM. Degree of glycaemia (fasting blood sugar, FBS) was similar in patients with or without retinopathy. All IDDM patients as a group showed severe carbohydrate intolerance with lower basal and post glucose serum immunoreactive insulin (IRI) levels and serum C-peptide radioimmunoreactivity (CPR) as compared to controls. The insulin secretory response was similar in no retinopathy, mild retinopathy and severe retinopathy groups. Patients with retinopathy had higher incidence of hyperlipidemia but mean serum levels of cholesterol and triglyceride were similar. This study does not suggest a direct relationship between the various metabolic factors studied and retinopathy due to IDDM.|
|Appears in Collections:||Indian Journal of Ophthalmology|
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