The data indicate that insulin deficiency, as evidenced by growth retardation, cataracts and elevated blood lipids, is not uncommon in a population of children with diabetes in the Carolinas. If more severe problems are to be prevented from occurring in later life, careful attention must be given to the adequacy of insulin replacement and to the consistency of diabetic control from the onset of the disease.
|Title of host publication||North Carolina Medical Journal|
|Number of pages||4|
|State||Published - Jan 1 1974|
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