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Study of 185 diabetic patients with cerebrovascular accident as confirmed on CT. A multi-institutional study on diabetes mellitus in Fukuoka Prefecture

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Abstract

In 185 diabetic patients with cerebrovascular accident (CVA) from 15 institutions, responsible lesions were confirmed on CT. The ratio of men to women was 2:1. Multiple cerebral infarction was seen in 22%. According to the type and lesions of CVA, CVA was classified as cerebral infarction confined to the perforating branch (Group 1), that confined to the cortical branch (Group II), and cerebral hemorrhage (Group III). The common background factors for initial CVA were a history of hypertension, abnormal ECG findings, abnormality in the fundus of the eyes, and 121-199 mmHg/dl of fasting blood sugar in all groups. Groups I and II were characterized by comprising many patients with diabetic retinopathy, proteinuria, and hyperlipemia. In Group I, the patients tended to be young and managed unfavorably, and to have hypertriglyceremia, while patients in Group II were old and managed favorably and had frequently atrial fibrillation. Many patients in Group III had a history of diabetes mellitus over less than 5 years and were not managed for diabetes mellitus and hypertension. Prognosis was the most favorable in Group I. There was no background factor for prognosis in Group III. (Namekawa, K).
Publication Date:
Mar 01, 1988
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
JPN-88-075185; EDB-88-116774
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Rinsho To Kenkyu; (Japan); Journal Volume: 65:3
Subject:
62 RADIOLOGY AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE; BRAIN; CAT SCANNING; DIABETES MELLITUS; HEMORRHAGE; HYPERTENSION; IMAGES; PATIENTS; VASCULAR DISEASES; BODY; CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES; CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM; COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY; DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES; DISEASES; ENDOCRINE DISEASES; METABOLIC DISEASES; NERVOUS SYSTEM; ORGANS; PATHOLOGICAL CHANGES; SYMPTOMS; TOMOGRAPHY; 550602* - Medicine- External Radiation in Diagnostics- (1980-)
OSTI ID:
6998880
Research Organizations:
National Central Hospital of Fukuoka (Japan)
Country of Origin:
Japan
Language:
Japanese
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: CODEN: RIKEA
Submitting Site:
JPN
Size:
Pages: 827-834
Announcement Date:
Jul 01, 1988

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Citation Formats

Ito, Yasuo, Yanaga, Tatsurou, and Nunoi, Kiyohide. Study of 185 diabetic patients with cerebrovascular accident as confirmed on CT. A multi-institutional study on diabetes mellitus in Fukuoka Prefecture. Japan: N. p., 1988. Web.
Ito, Yasuo, Yanaga, Tatsurou, & Nunoi, Kiyohide. Study of 185 diabetic patients with cerebrovascular accident as confirmed on CT. A multi-institutional study on diabetes mellitus in Fukuoka Prefecture. Japan.
Ito, Yasuo, Yanaga, Tatsurou, and Nunoi, Kiyohide. 1988. "Study of 185 diabetic patients with cerebrovascular accident as confirmed on CT. A multi-institutional study on diabetes mellitus in Fukuoka Prefecture." Japan.
@misc{etde_6998880,
title = {Study of 185 diabetic patients with cerebrovascular accident as confirmed on CT. A multi-institutional study on diabetes mellitus in Fukuoka Prefecture}
author = {Ito, Yasuo, Yanaga, Tatsurou, and Nunoi, Kiyohide}
abstractNote = {In 185 diabetic patients with cerebrovascular accident (CVA) from 15 institutions, responsible lesions were confirmed on CT. The ratio of men to women was 2:1. Multiple cerebral infarction was seen in 22%. According to the type and lesions of CVA, CVA was classified as cerebral infarction confined to the perforating branch (Group 1), that confined to the cortical branch (Group II), and cerebral hemorrhage (Group III). The common background factors for initial CVA were a history of hypertension, abnormal ECG findings, abnormality in the fundus of the eyes, and 121-199 mmHg/dl of fasting blood sugar in all groups. Groups I and II were characterized by comprising many patients with diabetic retinopathy, proteinuria, and hyperlipemia. In Group I, the patients tended to be young and managed unfavorably, and to have hypertriglyceremia, while patients in Group II were old and managed favorably and had frequently atrial fibrillation. Many patients in Group III had a history of diabetes mellitus over less than 5 years and were not managed for diabetes mellitus and hypertension. Prognosis was the most favorable in Group I. There was no background factor for prognosis in Group III. (Namekawa, K).}
journal = {Rinsho To Kenkyu; (Japan)}
volume = {65:3}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Japan}
year = {1988}
month = {Mar}
}