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Hautveränderungen bei Diabetes mellitus

  • M. JechtEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

Dermatologische Symptome und Erkrankungen werden bei bis zu 70% aller Diabetespatienten beobachtet. Es gibt Dermatosen, die überhäufig beim Diabetespatienten auftreten, diabetesspezifische Dermatosen sind aber nicht bekannt. Im Stadium der eingeschränkten Glukosetoleranz treten bereits Hautveränderungen auf, die oft zur Diabetesdiagnose führen. Eine große klinische Bedeutung kommt den kutanen Pilzinfektionen oder durch bakterielle Erreger hervorgerufenen Hautinfektionen zu. Insgesamt werden Krankheitsbilder aus den folgenden 4 Krankheitsgruppen dargestellt: Hautinfektionen, Hauterkrankungen mit überhäufiger Assoziation zu Diabetes mellitus, durch diabetische Komplikationen bedingte Hautveränderungen und Hautveränderungen als Reaktion auf die antidiabetische Therapie.

Schlüsselwörter

Diabetes mellitus Hautveränderungen Hautinfektionen Diabetes-Folgeerkrankungen Blutzuckersenkende Pharmaka 

Skin lesions in diabetes mellitus

Abstract

Dermatological symptoms and diseases are seen in up to 70% of all diabetes patients. There are dermatitides which frequently occur in diabetics; however, no diabetes-specific dermatitides are known. Skin lesions already manifest during the phase of reduced glucose tolerance often lead to a diagnosis of diabetes. Cutaneous fungal infections or bacterial skin infections are of particular clinical importance. Disease patterns are classified into the following four disease groups: skin infections, skin diseases frequently associated with diabetes mellitus, skin lesions caused by diabetic complications, and reactions to antidiabetic treatment.

Keywords

Diabetes mellitus Skin lesions Skin infections Diabetic complications Hypoglycemic agents 

Notes

Interessenkonflikt

Keine Angaben.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Gemeinschaftskrankenhaus HavelhöheMedizinische Klinik – DiabetologieBerlinDeutschland

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