Dermatological Complications

\r\n Patients with type 2 diabetes more often develop skin infections, whereas those with type 1 more often have autoimmune-related lesions. Insulin signaling supports normal skin proliferation, differentiation, and maintenance, and a lack of insulin may lead to impaired wound healing, which may affect insulin resorption. Skin manifestations of diabetes may also serve as ports of entry for secondary infection

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