Victoria E. Cotero

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Recurrent hypoglycemia (RH), the most common side-effect of intensive insulin therapy for diabetes, is well established to diminish counter-regulatory responses to further hypoglycemia. However, despite significant patient concern, the impact of RH on cognitive and neural function remains controversial. Here we review the data from both human studies and(More)
Recurrent hypoglycemia (RH) is the major complication of intensive insulin treatment for diabetes mellitus. Of particular concern is the perceived potential for long-term impact of RH on cognition. Because diabetic patients have been reported to have deficits in mental flexibility and judgment, both generally considered to be mediated predominantly by the(More)
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