Cukorbeteg gyermekek és fiatalok retinalis microangiopathiájának alakulása prepubertális és pubertális betegségkezdet esetén.

Translated title of the contribution: Retinal microangiopathies in diabetic children and adolescents, occurring in cases of pubertal and prepubertal onset of diabetes

P. Vincze, L. Madácsy, G. Brooser, L. Barkai

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The prevalence and development of retinal microvascular complications in pre-puberty and puberty onset insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus were studied in 109 young patients with an average follow-up of 6 years. The data suggest that the earlier childhood the diabetes began, the later the microvascular abnormalities could be found by fluorescein angiography. First signs of background retinopathy were seen in average 20--22 years of age, almost independently the age at onset of diabetes. Rapid progression of retinal vascular damage occurred mainly in postpubertal but not pubertal subjects. Diabetes with puberty onset meant worse prognosis in the respect of retinal vascular complications than pre-puberty onset. Good glycemic control would be achieved more difficult in subjects with puberty onset diabetes added to a changing hormonal balance. The authors suggest that psychological factors (altered behavior during and after puberty) and other problems of adolescents (changes in social, familial and working conditions) may also contribute to poor glycemic control. Though the effect of prepubertal duration on the risk of retinal complications appears to be smaller than later years, the attendant work in prepubertal years is as important as later.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)2149-2153
Number of pages5
JournalOrvosi Hetilap
Volume133
Issue number34
Publication statusPublished - Aug 23 1992

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Diabetic Angiopathies
Puberty
Retinal Vessels
Fluorescein Angiography
Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
Age of Onset
Psychology

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Cukorbeteg gyermekek és fiatalok retinalis microangiopathiájának alakulása prepubertális és pubertális betegségkezdet esetén. / Vincze, P.; Madácsy, L.; Brooser, G.; Barkai, L.

In: Orvosi Hetilap, Vol. 133, No. 34, 23.08.1992, p. 2149-2153.

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