Persistence of abnormalities in white matter in children with type 1 diabetes

@article{Fox2018PersistenceOA,
  title={Persistence of abnormalities in white matter in children with type 1 diabetes},
  author={Larry A. Fox and Tamara Hershey and Nelly Mauras and Ana Maria Arbel{\'a}ez and William V. Tamborlane and Bruce Buckingham and Eva Tsalikian and Kim Englert and Mira Raman and Booil Jo and Hanyang Shen and Allan Reiss and Paul Mazaika and for the Diabetes Research in Children Network},
  journal={Diabetologia},
  year={2018},
  volume={61},
  pages={1538-1547}
}
  • Larry A. Fox, Tamara Hershey, +11 authors for the Diabetes Research in Children Network
  • Published in Diabetologia 2018
  • DOI:10.1007/s00125-018-4610-6
Aims/hypothesisPrior studies suggest white matter growth is reduced and white matter microstructure is altered in the brains of young children with type 1 diabetes when compared with brains of non-diabetic children, due in part to adverse effects of hyperglycaemia. This longitudinal observational study examines whether dysglycaemia alters the developmental trajectory of white matter microstructure over time in young children with type 1 diabetes.MethodsOne hundred and eighteen children, aged 4… CONTINUE READING
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