Re-addressing the 2013 consensus guidelines for the diagnosis of insulitis in human type 1 diabetes: is change necessary? Reply to Campbell-Thompson ML, Atkinson MA, Butler AE et al [letter]

@article{Lundberg2017ReaddressingT2,
  title={Re-addressing the 2013 consensus guidelines for the diagnosis of insulitis in human type 1 diabetes: is change necessary? Reply to Campbell-Thompson ML, Atkinson MA, Butler AE et al [letter]},
  author={Marcus Lundberg and Peter Seiron and Sofie Ingvast and Olle Korsgren and Oskar Skog},
  journal={Diabetologia},
  year={2017},
  volume={60},
  pages={756-757}
}
To the Editor: Although Campbell-Thompson et al did not approve of our revised definition of insulitis [1], we appreciate the reasoning and arguments put forward. However, we find it unfortunate that the authors affiliated with the 2013 consensus definition of insulitis [2] fail to see the predicaments with their report in light of our new data [3]. The pathoaetiology of type 1 diabetes remains undetermined and little is known about the role of the insulitic lesion in this process. While a few… CONTINUE READING