Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, October 2nd, 2006
In a recent study, researchers in Poland conducted a study "to evaluate gastric myoelectrical activity in children with newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes melliltus (T1DM) in relation to blood glucose control and visceral neuropathy."
"Percutaneous electrogastrograpy (EGG) was performed on 42 children (20 F; mean age 12.9±3.1 years) with T1DM of <1 year's duration and on 35 healthy controls (18 F; mean age 13.4±3.6 years). After overnight fasting, a 30-minute EGG recording was followed by test meal consumption and then a 60-minute...
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