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American Academy of Dermatology Association: “Acanthosis Nigricans: Diagnosis And Treatment,” “Diabetes: 12 Warning Signs That Appear On Your Skin.”
American Osteopathic College of Dermatology: “Xanthelasma.”
American Diabetes Association: “Skin Complications.”
British Association of Dermatologists: “Necrobiosis Lipoidica.”
Cleveland Clinic: “Diabetes: Foot & Skin Related Complications.”
National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences: “Granuloma annulare.”
National Kidney Foundation: “Diabetes and Your Eyes, Heart, Nerves, Feet, and Kidneys.”
Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine: “Acanthosis nigricans: high prevalence and association with diabetes in a practice-based research network consortium - a PRImary care Multi-Ethnic Network (PRIME Net) study.”
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