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INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES The natural history of diabetic cardiomyopathy remains unclear, mainly due to concurrent coronary disease or hypertension. Since the presence of confounding factors is less likely in youngsters, they constitute a suitable study model to analyze early stages of diabetic cardiomyopathy. PATIENTS AND METHODS We screened 33 young(More)
A trial to study the efficacy, safety and tolerability of nitrendipine and enalapril in the treatment of diabetic hypertensive patients with microalbuminuria (MA) was performed to compare the effects of both drugs in the prevention of the renal impairment. Twenty-eight valid patients [13 with nitrendipine (N) and 15 with enalapril (E) with NIDDM,(More)
T ^ H E METHOD of duct management that X is optimal for pancreatic (P) transplantation (Tx) continues to be a major controversy. An analysis of the Pancreas Transplant Registry shows no differences in results for the three major duct management techniques, polymer injection, enteric drainage, and urinary tract diversion (UTD). All techniques have advantages(More)
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