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Reviews in Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders

Reviews in Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders OnlineFirst articles

16.01.2021 Open Access

Effects of offloading devices on static and dynamic balance in patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathy: A systematic review

Patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) usually have reduced somatosensory information and altered perception in feet and ankles. Somatosensory information acts as feedback for movement control and loss of somatosensation leads to …


Update in carcinoid heart disease - the heart of the matter

Carcinoid heart disease (CHD) is a paraneoplastic cardiac manifestation occurring in patients with carcinoid syndrome (CS) and advanced neuroendocrine malignancy. In about 20–40% of patients with CS, chronic exposure to tumor-released circulating …


Intercellular and interorgan crosstalk through adipocyte extracellular vesicles

Functional adipose tissue is essential for homeostatic maintenance of systemic metabolism. As such, adipose tissue dysfunction, like that seen in the obese state, directly contributes to system-wide pathological metabolism, leading to the …


Diabetes mellitus induced by immune checkpoint inhibitors: type 1 diabetes variant or new clinical entity? Review of the literature

Immune Check-Point Inhibitors (CPIs) have improved long-term patients’ outcomes in several advanced cancers. Diabetes mellitus induced by CPIs (CPI-DM) is considered the second most frequent endocrine CPIs’ side effects with a variable prevalence …


Lean NAFLD: an underrecognized and challenging disorder in medicine

Classically, Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) has been thought to be driven by excessive weight gain and obesity. The overall greater awareness of this disorder has led to its recognition in patients with normal body mass index (BMI).

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