KATP channel mutations in infants with permanent diabetes diagnosed after 6 months of life
Pediatric Diabetes, 04/24/2012RubioCabezas O et al. –
KATP channel mutations are an uncommon cause of diabetes in infants presenting after 6 months. However, given the potential clinical benefit from identifying a KATP channel mutation, they recommend that KATP mutation testing should be routinely extended to infants diagnosed up to 9 months.
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