Cutaneous manifestations of diabetes mellitus

@article{Bhat2006CutaneousMO,
  title={Cutaneous manifestations of diabetes mellitus},
  author={Yasmeen Jabeen Bhat and Vipin Gupta and Rattan Parkash Kudyar},
  journal={International Journal of Diabetes in Developing Countries},
  year={2006},
  volume={26},
  pages={152}
}
65.3%, belonged to the 41-60 years age group; 56% metabolic pathways, atherosclerosis, microangiopathy, were females, 97.3% had non-insulin dependent neuron degeneration and impaired host mechanisms. [2] diabetes, 44.7% had duration of diabetes of 1-5 The association of certain skin diseases with DM has years. Among the study group, 66% had cutaneous been fairly well recognized with an incidence rate manifestations as compared to 21.3% in the controls, ranging from 11.4 [3] to 71%. [4] which… Expand
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