Does diabetes increase the risk of periodontitis? A systematic review and meta-regression analysis of longitudinal prospective studies

@article{Nascimento2018DoesDI,
  title={Does diabetes increase the risk of periodontitis? A systematic review and meta-regression analysis of longitudinal prospective studies},
  author={Gustavo Giacomelli Nascimento and F{\'a}bio Renato Manzolli Leite and Peter Vestergaard and Flemming Scheutz and Rodrigo L{\'o}pez},
  journal={Acta Diabetologica},
  year={2018},
  volume={55},
  pages={653-667}
}
AimEven though the association between diabetes and periodontitis is taken for granted, results on this association are conflicting within the literature. This systematic review assessed whether poorly controlled diabetes was associated with periodontitis onset or progression.MethodsElectronic searches were performed in PubMed, Scopus and Embase databases. Hand search was carried out in the reference list of all articles included. Gray literature was investigated with a Google Scholar search… 
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