Types and Symptoms of Diabetes

Diabetes mellitus type LADA

How justified the allocation of another type of diabetes, clinical practice will show, but the problems associated with this pathology are constantly discussed by experts in the field of endocrinology.

What hurts with type 1 and type 2 diabetes?

If diabetes, like endocrine pathology, is associated with the disruption of the homeostasis of the most important energy substrate in the body - glucose, then the different localization of pain in diabetes occurs as a complication of it due to prolonged hyperglycemia

Skin itching in type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus

Itching can be strong, bothersome. Sometimes it becomes unbearable and practically brings a person to a nervous strain.

Symptoms of Diabetes

Symptoms of diabetes mellitus are manifested in two ways. This is due to acute or chronic insulin deficiency, which in turn can be absolute or relative.

Trophic ulcers in diabetes

Trophic ulcers in diabetes - a pathological condition of the feet in this pathology of the endocrine system, which occurs against the background of the defeat of peripheral nerves, vessels, skin and soft tissues, bones and joints and is manifested by acute and chronic ulcerative defects, osteoarticular lesions, purulent necrotic and gangrenous ischemic processes.

Diabetic retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy is a microangionata with a primary lesion of precapillary arterioles, capillaries and postcapillary venules with possible involvement of vessels of a larger caliber.

Kidney diabetes insipidus

Kidney diabetes insipidus includes polyuria, polydipsia and the inability of the kidneys to concentrate urine.

Symptoms of diabetic neuropathy

Tunneling neuropathies are primarily associated not with impaired blood supply or nerve metabolism, but with their compression in anatomically conditioned "tunnels".

Skin changes in diabetes mellitus. Causes. Symptoms. Diagnostics. Treatment

Skin rashes can occur both in the primary (insulin-dependent and insulin-dependent diabetes) and secondary (pancreatic damage during intoxication, surgery, etc.) diabetes mellitus.

Family, or congenital, diabetes insipidus

Family, or congenital, diabetes insipidus is an extremely rare disease that occurs in early childhood, regardless of sex. In pathoanatomical research, the insufficiency of development of supraoptic neurons of the hypothalamus was less common than paraventricular ones; a decreased neurohypophysis was also detected.


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