[Pathogenetic mechanisms of diabetic microangiopathy].
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Jan 01, 1984
The metabolic disorders, hormonal, genetic, immunological, reological factors, plasmorrhagia, hypoxia result in the simultaneous or subsequent damage to small vessels and thus are involved in the development of the diabetic microangiopathy. The degree of microangiopathy depends on the duration and type of the disease. The normalization of metabolic, immune, reologic and other disorders as well as continuous dynamic follow-up of every patients are necessary for the prevention and treatment of the diabetic microangiopathy.
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