Ramya Ramadoss

Department of Oral Biology, Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences, Chennai, India


  • Research Article   
    Awareness about Diabetic Microangiopathy among Dental Practitioners
    Author(s): Dhanraj ganapathy*, Ramya Ramadoss and Martina Catherine

    Introduction: Diabetic microangiopathy is distinguished by abnormal development and permeability of small blood vessels, culminating in local edema and impaired function of dependent tissues. Microcirculation dysfunction in diabetes is caused by a variety of mechanisms that are still completely unknown. Aim: The purpose of the survey was for assessing the awareness about diabetic microangiopathy among dental practitioners. Materials and Method: A cross-sectional survey was performed with a self-designed questionnaire with ten questions circulated amongst 100 dental practitioners. The questionnaire assessed the awareness about diabetic microangiopathy, the molecular mechanism of action, pathological pathways of diabetic microangiopathy, advanced glycation end products, vascular pericytes, the role of h.. Read More»

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