Cardiovascular Disease in Diabetes: Proceedings of the by H. Sasaki, K. Yokota, T. Mizokami, M. Shimizu, H. Yamada, Y.

By H. Sasaki, K. Yokota, T. Mizokami, M. Shimizu, H. Yamada, Y. Isogai (auth.), Makoto Nagano, Seibu Mochizuki, Naranjan S. Dhalla (eds.)

In an try to make clear the location in regards to the prognosis, pathogenesis and therapeutics of cardiovascular disorder in diabetes, a world Symposium on Diabetic center used to be held in Tokyo, Japan in the course of October, 1989. Thirty-two chosen articles from the poster shows, compiled during this e-book, were grouped in 4 sections, specifically (a) overview of Cardiovascular difficulties, (b) Interactions of Diabetes and high blood pressure, (c) Pathophysiological features of Cardiovascular disorder in Diabetes, and (d) Pharmacological and healing facets of Diabetic center. it's was hoping that the contents of those chapters will supply enough information about the present prestige of cardiovascular abnormalities in diabetes and this publication can be of serious curiosity to either medical and experimental cardiologists in addition to endocrinologists drawn to diabetes.

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Tl-201 scintigraphy was performed (Fig. 1) as previously reported by Albro et al. (81l). An ischemic lesion in OM heart was justified with the scintigraphic documentation of myocardial ischemia and/or infarction. The chest pain was inquired at the time of consultation. The albumin in the urine, albuminuria, was measured with the radioimmunoassay. The severity of the diabetic nephropathy was divided into three categories, namely, normoalbuminuria: below 20 microgram/min; micro-albuminuria: from 20 to 200 microgram/min; and macro-albuminuria: more than 200 microgram/min (12-13).

Izumi, S. Ito and A. Shibata First Depat1ment of Internal Medicine, Niigata University School of Medicine, Niigata, 951 JAPAN. Introduction It is well known that ischemic heart disease is a major cause of death in patients with diabetes mellitus (OM) and they have poor prognosis after myocardial infarction (1-4). However, even patients with serious ischemic lesions are apt to be asymptomatic. Some of the best diagnostic determinants of ischemic lesions in OM heart are yet to be identified (5-7).

Tohoku J Exp Med 1983;141(Suppl):479-483. Diabetic Albuminuria and Ischemic Heart Disease J. Ishiguro, T. Tsuda, T. Izumi, S. Ito and A. Shibata First Depat1ment of Internal Medicine, Niigata University School of Medicine, Niigata, 951 JAPAN. Introduction It is well known that ischemic heart disease is a major cause of death in patients with diabetes mellitus (OM) and they have poor prognosis after myocardial infarction (1-4). However, even patients with serious ischemic lesions are apt to be asymptomatic.

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