Renal dysfunction is fairly common in people with diabetes. Approximately 25% to 40% of patients with Type 1 diabetes ultimately develop diabetic Nephropathy (DN), whilst the corresponding figures for Type 2 diabetes are in 5% to 15% although some studies show that the figure may go as high as 40% even in this category of patients.
Diabetic Nephropathy (DN) progresses through about five predictable stages. Progression through these five stages is rather predictable because the onset of DM 1 can be identified, and most patients.
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