A W Patrick

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Four insulin-treated diabetic patients presented over a 2-year period in hypoglycaemic coma and died secondary to this. At autopsy, there were widespread neuropathological changes, in all four cases consistent with hypoglycaemic damage. Abnormalities were also found in areas regarded as generally being spared in hypoglycaemic brain injury, particularly the(More)
Some insulin-dependent diabetic patients who have clear symptoms of hypoglycaemia during animal insulin treatment have reported loss of these symptoms when human insulin preparations are introduced. A survey of Mersey Region, UK, identified eleven patients whose awareness of hypoglycaemia was lost after introduction of human insulin but returned with animal(More)
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