Doz. Dr. sc. med. U. Fuchs

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Dogs with a diabetes mellitus (post-pancreatectomy) lasting at least 5–10 years become ill with a chronic, nonspecific glomerulonephrosis. Diabetic angiopathy is not evident. In the muscles and in the remaining pancreas there are cytosegresomes, and crystalline deposits are evident in the renal tubular basement membrane. Since in the long-term studies, as(More)
A quantitative exploration of retinal cell content was carried out in diabetics and metabolically healthy controls of the same age and sex distribution. After diabetes of 6 years duration there was a drastic diminution of cells in the ganglion cell layer of the central retinal area, while the number of cells of the inner nuclear layer was slightly reduced(More)
Electron microscopic investigations reveal thickened basement membranes of the capillaries of the lower leg-muscles in most older patients; only two old patients had thin basement membranes. The lesions are generally smaller in the examined muscles of the abdominal wall and forearm. Thick basement membranes are also found in a third of the patients of(More)
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