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  • Depressive symptoms and cerebral microvascular disease in adults with Type 1 diabetes mellitus. [Journal Article]
  • DMDiabet Med 2018 Dec 15
  • Nunley KA, Karp JF, … Rosano C
  • CONCLUSIONS: These findings suggest a cerebrovascular origin for depressive symptoms in adults with Type 1 diabetes, perhaps triggered by hyperglycaemia. Future longitudinal studies should investigate whether targeting hyperglycaemia and physical inactivity alleviates depressive symptoms, possibly by slowing the development of cerebral microvascular disease, in people with Type 1 diabetes. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • Longitudinal airway remodeling in active and past smokers in a lung cancer screening population. [Journal Article]
  • EREur Radiol 2018 Dec 14
  • Jobst BJ, Weinheimer O, … Wielpütz MO
  • CONCLUSIONS: Bronchial dimensions depend on the smoking status. Smoking-induced airway remodeling can be partially reversible after smoking cessation even in long-term heavy smokers. Therefore, QCT-based airway metrics in clinical trials should consider the current smoking status besides pack years.• Airway lumen and diameter are decreased in active smokers compared to ex-smokers, and there is a trend towards increased airway wall thickness in active smokers. • Smoking-related airway changes improve within 2 years after smoking cessation. • Smoking status is an independent predictor of airway dimensions.
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