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Spätkomplikationen und Prognose des Typ-I-Diabetes

  • Peter Hürter

Zusammenfassung

Akute Komplikationen (Hypoglykämie, diabetische Ketoazidose) können mit den heute zur Verfügung stehenden Behandlungsmethoden weitgehend vermieden werden. Das trifft nicht für die Spätkomplikationen zu. Vor allem vaskuläre Spätschäden, d.h. Organveränderungen, die sich zunächst am Auge (Retinopathie) und an der Niere (Nephropathie) manifestieren, aber auch andere Organsysteme (Neuropathie) betreffen können, sind heute bestimmend für das Lebensschicksal diabetischer Kinder und Jugendlicher.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Peter Hürter
    • 1
  1. 1.HannoverDeutschland

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