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Why are diabetics more prone to getting peripheral vascular disease?
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Dr. Michael Korona
Radiology - Interventional
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In brief: Bad for vessels.
Hyperglycemia has direct effect on the lining of blood vessels.
This causes oxidative stress, vessel constriction, sticky platelets, abnormal clotting factors, lipid release and inflammation. Please control your glucose.

In brief: Bad for vessels.
Hyperglycemia has direct effect on the lining of blood vessels.
This causes oxidative stress, vessel constriction, sticky platelets, abnormal clotting factors, lipid release and inflammation. Please control your glucose.
Dr. Michael Korona
Dr. Michael Korona
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In brief: Vascular Disease
Vascular disease is an intrinsic part od diabetes mellitus.
Prolonged elevated blood sugars have a profound and lasting effect on the vascular and neurologic structures..

In brief: Vascular Disease
Vascular disease is an intrinsic part od diabetes mellitus.
Prolonged elevated blood sugars have a profound and lasting effect on the vascular and neurologic structures..
Dr. Christopher Hendrix
Dr. Christopher Hendrix
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