Causes of death in Japanese patients with diabetes based on the results of a survey of 45,708 cases during 2001–2010: Report of the Committee on Causes of Death in Diabetes Mellitus

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The principal causes of death among 45,708 patients with diabetes (29,801 men and 15,907 women) who died in 241 hospitals throughout Japan during 2001-2010 were determined based on a survey of the hospital records. Autopsy had been conducted in 978 of the 45,708 cases. The most frequent cause of death was malignant neoplasia (38.3%), followed by, in order… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/jdi.12645

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@inproceedings{Nakamura2017CausesOD, title={Causes of death in Japanese patients with diabetes based on the results of a survey of 45,708 cases during 2001–2010: Report of the Committee on Causes of Death in Diabetes Mellitus}, author={Jiro Nakamura and Hideki Kamiya and Masakazu Haneda and Nobuya Inagaki and Yukio Tanizawa and Eiichi Araki and Kohjiro Ueki and Takeo Nakayama}, booktitle={Journal of diabetes investigation}, year={2017} }