Impact neuropsychologique à long terme du diabète de type 1 chez l’enfant

  title={Impact neuropsychologique {\`a} long terme du diab{\`e}te de type 1 chez l’enfant},
  author={Pascal Barat and Sandrine Tastet and Virginie Vautier},
  journal={Archives De Pediatrie},
Resume Le diabete de type 1, dont l’incidence augmente en particulier chez les enfants les plus jeunes, peut avoir un impact neuropsychologique a long terme. Il se traduit alors par des symptomes depressifs plus frequents ou par la diminution de certaines performances cognitives qui restent, cependant, dans les normes. Dans cette revue de la litterature, nous precisons l’apport des modeles animaux dans la comprehension physiopathologique de ces phenomenes. Nous reprenons les principales etudes… Expand

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