Abstract: Diabetes mellitus is the leading cause of blindness and end–stage renal disease. To understand the pathogenesis of diabetic complications, suitable animal models for this disease have been needed.
Abstract: The population in India has an increased susceptibility to diabetes mellitus, in India there are 30–33 million diabetic cases, the prevalence of disease in adults was found to be 2.45 in Rural and 4 – 11.6% in urban dwellers.
Abstract: Several health authorities around the world propose conducting additional observational studies after controlled clinical trials as a part of the regulatory approval process of a drug for marketing.
Abstract: Scientific evidence for the effects of Terminalia arjuna on diabetes mellitus is lacking. This study investigated the anti-diabetic efficacy and mode of action of the bark extract of Terminalia arjuna.
Abstract: Augmented sympathetic nerve activity (SNA) has an important effect on various diseases. SNA is significantly related to glucose metabolism in type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM).
Abstract: Lingonberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea L.) is an important part of Scandinavian diet. It is also popular in some parts of Europe and North America, and is used to produce confectionary and food products.
Abstract: 23-year-old Chinese female was referred to our hospital because of a goiter. She had been diagnosed with chronic thyroiditis with antithyroglobulin antibodies >4000 IU/mL.
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Unsuspected Celiac Disease Severely Affects Levothyroxine Therapy in Hashimoto's Thyroiditis: a Case Report
Abstract Celiac disease (CD) is relatively common in western populations with estimated prevalence of approximately 1%. With the recent availability of sensitive and specific serological testing, many patients who were either