CEREBRAL LESIONS IN UNCOMPLICATED FATAL DIABETIC ACIDOSIS

@article{Dillon1936CEREBRALLI,
  title={CEREBRAL LESIONS IN UNCOMPLICATED FATAL DIABETIC ACIDOSIS},
  author={Edward S. Dillon and Helena E. Riggs and W. Wallace Dyer},
  journal={The American Journal of the Medical Sciences},
  year={1936},
  volume={192},
  pages={360-365}
}
Brain injury in children with diabetic ketoacidosis: Review of the literature and a proposed pathophysiologic pathway for the development of cerebral edema
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This review critically examines the literature on the pathophysiology of CE and attempts to categorize the findings by types of brain injury that contribute to its development: cytotoxic, vasogenic, and osmotic.
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Although the majority improved during diabetic ketoacidosis treatment, 17% of subjects had impairment between 36 and 72 hours after start of insulin therapy, and the observed impaired cerebral autoregulation appears specific to the diabetic ketOacidosis process in patients with type I diabetes.
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