Abnormal glucose tolerance in the Maltese. A population-based longitudinal study of the natural history of NIDDM and IGT in Malta.

@article{Schranz1989AbnormalGT,
  title={Abnormal glucose tolerance in the Maltese. A population-based longitudinal study of the natural history of NIDDM and IGT in Malta.},
  author={Antoine G Schranz},
  journal={Diabetes research and clinical practice},
  year={1989},
  volume={7 1},
  pages={7-16}
}
A population-based longitudinal study of abnormal glucose tolerance in the adult Maltese, carried out within the WHO-assisted National Diabetes Programme, has recently been completed. During the 6-year interval abnormal as compared to normal glucose tolerance was found to be related to a significantly higher mortality: the age-adjusted relative risks of death were 3.3 times in diabetic females and greater than 2 times in IGT and diabetic males. In the repeat epidemiological survey 1422 subjects… CONTINUE READING

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A population - based longitudinal study of abnormal glucose tolerance in the adult Maltese , carried out within the WHO - assisted National Diabetes Programme , has recently been completed .
A population - based longitudinal study of abnormal glucose tolerance in the adult Maltese , carried out within the WHO - assisted National Diabetes Programme , has recently been completed .
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