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L'Endocrinologo

, Volume 19, Issue 6, pp 297–300 | Cite as

Complicanze croniche del diabete: i due sessi a confronto

  • Susanna Morano
  • Tiziana Filardi
  • Federica Tavaglione
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Sommario

Il numero di evidenze sulle differenze di genere nell’ambito del diabete e delle sue complicanze è in crescente aumento. Numerosi fattori, biologici, ambientali e psicosociali, sono potenzialmente coinvolti, ma i meccanismi fisiopatologici alla base sono ancora in parte sconosciuti. La comparsa del diabete sembrerebbe determinare una perdita dell’effetto protettivo degli estrogeni, predisponendo maggiormente il sesso femminile allo sviluppo di complicanze, soprattutto cardiovascolari.

Parole chiave

Medicina di genere Diabete mellito Sesso femminile Ormoni sessuali Rischio cardiovascolare 

Notes

Conflitto di interessi

Gli autori Susanna Morano, Tiziana Filardi e Federica Tavaglione dichiarano di non avere conflitti di interesse.

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Lo studio presentato in questo articolo non ha richiesto sperimentazione umana.

Studi su animali

Gli autori di questo articolo non hanno eseguito studi su animali.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Susanna Morano
    • 1
  • Tiziana Filardi
    • 1
  • Federica Tavaglione
    • 1
  1. 1.Dipartimento di Medicina Sperimentale, Sezione di Fisiopatologia Medica, Endocrinologia e Scienza dell’AlimentazioneSapienza Università di RomaRomaItalia

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