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White brain lesions & Type 1 diabetes

Is there any corralation between Type 1 diabetes and multiple white brain lesions?
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Hello.

Yes, type 1 diabetes mellitus is associated with multiple white matter lesions. There are a few studies which mention that type 1 diabetes patients have regions of lesser dense grey matter also.

Both ways, the correlation is there. And it's a cause and effect association.

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