Comorbid Curiosity: Which One Doesn't Pertain?


Conditions associated with long-term diabetes affect myriad organs and systems. Which one of these comorbidities is not associated with the disease?

There are several well-known comorbidities associated with long-term diabetes, which include cardiovascular disease, hyperlipidemia, and obesity.

In addition to these, all of the following are common prevalent conditions in persons with diabetes except...

A. Reduced testosterone levels
B. Fractures
C. Migraine headaches
D. Cognitive impairment
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