Physiology of Diabetes

Pathophysiologic modification is a change in task as notable from a structural defect. Diabetes occurs when there is a dis-balance between the demand and manufacture of the hormone insulin. Pathophysiology of diabetes is that in this circumstance the immune system outbreaks and terminates the beta cells of the pancreas which produce insulin. There is lack of beta cell leading to complete insulin deficiency. Whereas in type 2 diabetes there is comparatively lesser deficiency of insulin and not an complete deficiency. This means that the body is incapable to harvest appropriate insulin to overcome the demand. There is Beta cell deficiency coupled with peripheral insulin resistanceGestational diabetes is the third type of diabetes. It is caused when there are excessive counter-insulin hormones of pregnancy. This paves the way to a state of insulin resistance and high blood sugar in the mother. There may be faulty insulin receptors. These part of diabetes study is covered in ADA meetings and IDF word Diabetes Congress

  • Physiology of the endocrine pancreas
  • Recent advances in genetics of diabetes
  • Pathogenesis of diabetes
  • Diabetic myelopathy
  • Pathophysiology of hypoglycemia
  • Physiology of Diabetes Type 1
  • Physiology of Diabetes Type 2
  • Alpha and Beta cells

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