Qtr 3 Function ALS Quiz Diabetes

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Qtr 3 Function ALS Quiz Diabetes
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2013-05-23 22:41:29
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Diabetes
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  1. What type of diabetes insipidus is most common?
    Central DI (deficiency of ADH)
  2. What is the second most common type of diabetes insibidus?
    Nephrogenic DI (Kidney insensitivity to ADH)
  3. What type of diabetes presents with 
    Polyuria
    polydypsia
    No polyphagia
    Diabetes insipidus
  4. What type of diabetes is seen in the young and what is the pathophysiology?
    • Diabetes mellitus Type 1(IDDM)
    • Autoimmune disorder that attacks the beta cells of the pancreas
  5. What type of diabetes presents with polyuria, polydypsia, polyphagia, weight loss, ketonuria, ketoacidosis?
    Diabetes mellitus type II
  6. What type of diabetes is seen in adults with insulin insensitivity?
    Diabetes mellitus type II
  7. What type of diabetes presents with polyuria, polydypsia, polyphagia, weight gain?
    diabetes mellitus type II
  8. What type of diabetes is found in the young and is to to autosomal dominant gene mutation which causes beta cell dysfunction?
    Maturity onset diabetes in the young
  9. What is the minimum fasting blood sugar (FBS) to be considered diabetic?
    126 mg/dl
  10. What diabetes related disorder is characterized by increased BUN due to protein leaks from kidney?
    Nephropathy
  11. What diabetic complication causes temporary myopia (nearsightedness)
    diabetic retinopathy
  12. Activation of what pathway causes cararacts in diabetic patients?
    Sorbitol pathway

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