Update in Endocrinology: Evidence Published in 2012

Schlechte, Janet A.
June 2013
Annals of Internal Medicine;6/4/2013, Vol. 158 Issue 11, p821
Academic Journal
A review of several articles including "Basal Insulin and Cardio-Vascular and Other Outcomes in Dysglycemia" by H C Gerstein and his coworkers, "A Clinical Trial to Maintain Glycemic Control in Youth with Type 2 Diabetes" by P Zeitler and his coworkers and "Bariatric Surgery Versus Conventional Medical Therapy for Type 2 Diabetes" by G Mingrone is presented.


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