Diabetes Physiology and Pathophysiology

The study of an organism's internal systems and processes is known as physiology. Disease physiology frequently involves complex interactions between several organs and tissue types. Both the body's supply of and ability to utilise insulin play a role in the pathophysiology of diabetes. Insulin is absent in type 1 diabetes, whereas peripheral tissues in type 2 diabetes are resistant to the effects of insulin. The aetiology of diabetes is complex and involves numerous hormones (i.e., insulin, glucagon, and growth). Because of how these hormones interact with the liver and how they affect renal function, it is difficult to pinpoint the pathological processes underlying this illness and they differ greatly among patients.

                           1. Diabetes management

                           2. Diabetes and Chronic Oxidative Stress

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