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Scleroedema diabeticorum: a minor but often unrecognized complication of diabetes mellitus.

The association of specific dermatological complications with diabetes mellitus is well recognized. Of 100 hospital-based patients with diabetes mellitus (age 48 years +/- 2SE), 14% had scleroedema diabeticorum. The affected subjects had a higher prevalence of retinopathy (p less than 0.001) and albuminuria (p less than 0.025). The duration of scleroedema correlated with the duration of diabetes (p less than 0.005). These findings highlight the relatively common occurrence of this skin condition which often goes unrecognized in people with diabetes.

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