Capillary lesions develop in retina rather than cerebral cortex in diabetes and experimental galactosemia.

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OBJECTIVE To isolate microvessels from cerebral cortex of dogs with alloxan-induced diabetes and dogs with experimental galactosemia to compare the prevalence of microvascular lesions in cerebral cortex with that in retina. METHODS Microvessels were isolated from cerebral cortex of experimental animals using a sieving method, and compared with the retinal… (More)

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@article{Kern1996CapillaryLD, title={Capillary lesions develop in retina rather than cerebral cortex in diabetes and experimental galactosemia.}, author={T. S. Kern and Ronald L. Engerman}, journal={Archives of ophthalmology}, year={1996}, volume={114 3}, pages={306-10} }