THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE DISTAL DIABETIC POLYNEUROPATHY WITH PARAMETERS OF FOOT BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETES MELLITUS

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The aim of the study was to evaluate foot bone mineral density (BMD) in diabetes mellitus (DM) complicated with distal neuropathy (DN). Materials and methods. 61 patients with DM (DM1-27, DM2-34) were included. 37patients had Charcot osteoarthropathy (the 1st group), the 2nd group (13 patients) with severe DN, the 3rd group (11 patients) with mild DN, and control group consisted of 15 healthy people. All patients underwent dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) Lunar Prodigy scan. BMD was measured in lumbar spine, hip and radius. Foot BMD was measured using the «Total Body» region’s analysis. Results. There was a significant difference in foot BMD between controls and the 1st (р=0,031) and the 3rd (р=0,027) groups with no significant difference between the groups of patients. Foot BMD significantly correlated with spine, hip and radiusBMD (г=0,5-0,63, р<0,00001), BMI (r=0,4, р=0,000). Negative correlation was found between foot BMD and diabetes duration (r=-0,3, p<0,005) and HbA1c (r=-0,2, р=0,045). No correlation was found between DN and foot BMD. Conclusion. No association between severity of DN and foot BMD was found.

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ВЗАИМОСВЯЗЬ ДИСТАЛЬНОЙ ДИАБЕТИЧЕСКОЙ ПОЛИНЕЙРОПАТИИ С ПОКАЗАТЕЛЯМИ МИНЕРАЛЬНОЙ ПЛОТНОСТИ КОСТЕЙ СТОП У ПАЦИЕНТОВ С САХАРНЫМ ДИАБЕТОМ

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N A Molitvoslovova

Email: natelya@mail.ru

T O Zernova

M V Yaroslavtseva

G R Galstyan

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