T1DMType-1 Diabetes Mellitus (also seen as TIDM)
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Keywords: Acute T1DM, American Diabetes Association (ADA), fulminant T1DM, International Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Diabetes (ISPAD), LADA, Japan Diabetes Society (JDS), T1DM, slowly progressive T1DM
Children and young adolescent with T1DM are at increased risk of various psychosocial problems especially depression.
Insulin therapy is the primary approach for pharmacological management, particularly in patients with T1DM.
A retrospective cohort study in Brazil reported that patients with T1DM and T2DM did not achieve targets for HbA1c [24,25].
sup][1] In addition, the worldwide prevalence of T1DM keeps increasing in recent years.
Apoptosis is a cause of absolute [beta]-cell deficiency in T1DM and relative [beta]-cell deficiency in T2DM.
Also, agrees with (Bener et al,2009) who found that vitamin D deficiency was considerably higher in T1DM children (90.
Another study showed that TT genotype (Val/Val) was most common in both T1DM and T2DM patients; CT genotype was common in healthy subjects whereas the CC genotype (Ala/Ala) was rare in all groups (69).