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MATT TRAVERSO FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF DIABETES

Jul 1st 2014 at 9:55 PM

Necrosis of the lower extremities - The first symptoms of gangrene in diabetes (foot deformity, loss of sensation legs, darkening of the skin) talking about the need or amputation of the big toe in order to preserve the patient's life.
Cutaneous infections - Diabetes mellitus type 1 and 2 is quite a dangerous disease, but early detection of the disease at the chances for successful treatment are high.
There are three stages of diabetes:
•    Pre-diabetes;
•    A latent diabetes;
•    Explicit diabetes.

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Prediabetes or diabetes diagnosed in the potential of all children born to parents with diabetes, and women, to bear fruit with a body weight greater than 4.5 kg. If there are no potential diabetes symptoms, blood sugar - a perfectly normal, but on closer examination revealed hyperplasia and hyperinsulinemia b-cells (which produce insulin) of the pancreas.
The latent (hidden) diabetes is characterized by normoglycemia and cannot appear more than before the transition to the chronic stage. When conducting tests on glucose tolerance in people with the latent form of the disease is observed diabetic glucose curve type. Explicit diabetes has symptoms that are already hard to miss: acetonuria, a drastic change in body weight, kidney and heart failure, retinopathy, etc.

Factors contributing to the development of diabetes
•    Overweight;
•    Advanced age;
•    Availability during pregnancy gestational diabetes mellitus;
•    A history of premature delivery, miscarriage, large-fruited pregnancy;
•    Polycystic ovarian syndrome;
•    Endocrine and viral diseases;
•    Low content of potassium in the blood;
•    Heredity.

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