Diabetes: silent myocardial infarction

One of the most frequent complications of diabetes mellitus, although generally not important, is diabetic neuropathy, which can affect different nerves of the body. It has been postulated that the involvement of the nerves that innervate the heart may cause that the patient does not feel the characteristic chest pain of angina or myocardial infarction. When myocardial infarction is painless, is called “silent”.

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