Diabetes: Complications

Diabetes complications are divided into micro vascular (due to damage of small blood vessels ) and macro vascular (due to damage of larger blood vessels).Micro vascular  complications include retinopathy(damage to eyes),nephropathy (damage to kidneys), neuropathy( damage to nerves),diabetic  foot disorders.  Macro vascular complications include cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks ,strokes and insufficiency in blood flow to legs. There is evidence from large randomized  controlled trials that good metabolic control  in both types can delay the onset and progression of these complications.

 

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