KCNJ11-related diabetes was the most common form of infancy-onset diabetes at 37.5%, followed by "unknown" diabetes at 21.6% and transient neonatal diabetes at 14%, according to a study in Diabetes Care. Researchers analyzed data from 88 infants younger than 13 months old who had diabetes and found that diabetic ketoacidosis was prevalent in 66.2% overall, with increased odds of DKA associated with increasing age at diagnosis.
Researchers examine different characteristics of diabetes in infancy
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