Abdominal pain is common with diabetic ketoacidosis and may be related to autonomic dysfunction or pancreatitis as a result of high levels of triglycerides. Careful abdominal examination is essential in order to exclude other pathology.


Look for evidence of skin lesions such as abscesses, cellulitis, ulcers, and necrosis. Diabetics often have a peripheral neuropathy which may impair their sensation. Therefore a full neurological examination should be performed when the patient is able to co-operate.

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