Scientists use MRI to visualize pancreas inflammation in type 1 diabetes

It is possible to use magnetic resonance imaging to ‘see’ the inflammation in the pancreas that leads to type 1 diabetes, a pilot study has revealed. Autoimmunity and inflammation directed against the pancreas and its insulin-producing beta cells underlie the development of type 1 diabetes, researchers note. …read more

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