alexa Banting Lecture. Insulin action, diabetogenes, and the cause of type II diabetes.

Journal of Clinical Diabetes & Practice

Author(s): Kahn CR

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The person who passes urine which is exceedingly sweet, cool, slightly viscid, turbid, and resembling the juices of the sugarcane … suffers from glycosuria. … There are two types of urinary disorders—one, natural due to genetic factors, and the other due to indiscreet living or dietetic indiscretions. The patient suffering from the former is thin, pale, eats less and drinks too much.… The patient with the latter is usually obese, eats a lot, is stout, of sedentary habits and sleeps too much.

This article was published in Diabetes and referenced in Journal of Clinical Diabetes & Practice

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