Study examines hypoglycemic brain function in type 1 diabetes

10/16/2011 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

Patients with type 1 diabetes had more activation of certain brain regions including bilateral frontal and parietal cortices, thalamus and cerebellum during hypoglycemia compared with those who do not have the disease, a study in Diabetes showed. Researchers said diabetes patients also had 70% lower deactivation of the default-mode network during hypoglycemic events compared with those in the control group.

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