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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Correlation Between Dizziness And Impaired Glucose Metabolism [correlação Entre Tontura E Disfunções Do Metabolismo Da Glicose]|
|Abstract:||Introduction: Impaired glucose metabolism is characterized by conditions of hypo and hyperglycemia. Aim: The objective of the present study was to asses whether or not there is a relationship between impaired glucose metabolism and dizziness. In the clinical laboratory settings, patients were examined using vectoelectronystagmography in association with glycemic levels. Methods: 33 patients were divided in 3 groups: diabetics; patients with dizziness and a control group. Results:65% of the patients with dizziness showed impaired glucose metabolism. 40% of the patients with dizziness had alterations in their vectoelectronystagmography results. Conclusion: Dizziness is a good indicator of glucose metabolism alterations and these may be a good indicator of alterations in vectoelectronystagmography responses. The study of glycemic levels after glucose overexposure is a good prognosis factor to evaluate dizziness and shows the same results as insulin level studies after glucose overexposure.|
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