PMID: 45923Jan 1, 1975

Arteriosclerotic changes within the diabetic oral vasculature

Journal of Dental Research
J J Keene


Microscopic sections of diabetic, arteriosclerotic nondiabetic, and nondiabetic nonarteriosclerotic human palate were qualitatively evaluated for small artery colloidal-iron-positive, acid mucopolysaccharide content. The association of abnormal colloidal-iron-positive material with structural detail in the arterial wall was clarified by comparison with specimens of amputated diabetic human legs.


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