Diabetes and intracerebral hemorrhage: Baseline characteristics and mortality

ConclusionsICH patients with diabetes exhibit a distinct pattern of comorbidities and disease characteristics with specific differences between T1D and T2D. Despite their younger age, T1D seems to carry a substantially higher likelihood for long‐term mortality after an ICH than do T2D. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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