Up to 5% of young adults diagnosed with diabetes have a monogenic aetiology, the most common of which is maturity-onset diabetes of the young (MODY). A definitive molecular diagnosis is important, as this affects treatment, prognosis and family screening. Currently, however, rates of diagnosis are low due to a combination of lack of awareness of the benefits of making the diagnosis and the challenges of differentiating patients with MODY from those with common forms of diabetes. This article ...Expand abstract
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Monogenic diabetes: old and new approaches to diagnosis.
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