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Write an essay on the following topic: Diabetes Mellitus Type II The essay should contain at least two scholarly sources in addition to the textbook. It should cover the following points: Explain the...

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Write an essay on the following topic:

  • Diabetes Mellitus Type II

The essay should contain at least two scholarly sources in addition to the textbook. It should cover the following points:

  • Explain the pathophysiology of the disease
  • Discuss common clinical manifestations
  • List differential diagnoses
  • Determine which lab tests would confirm the diagnosis and expected results
  • Analyze a current protocol for treatment and discuss how the treatment works from the pathophysiological perspective
Answered Same Day Jun 05, 2020

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Soumi answered on Jun 07 2020
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Running Head: DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE II    1
DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE II         5
DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE II
Table of Contents
Introduction    3
Pathophysiology of Diabetes Mellitus Type II    3
Common Clinical Manifestations of Diabetes Mellitus Type II    3
Differential Diagnoses for Diabetes Mellitus Type II    3
Lab Tests confirming Diagnosis of Diabetes Mellitus Type II and Expected Outcomes    4
Analyzing a present Protocol for Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus Type II and its Mechanisms from Pathophysiological Perspectives    4
Conclusion    4
References    5
Introduction
    Diabetes Mellitus Type II is the long-term condition, in which the blood glucose level increases due to lethargy, inactivity and obesity in the body. The present essay manifests its pathophysiology, clinical expressions, differential diagnoses and lab tests to confirm the same, so that the outlined treatment procedures could be rationalized.
Pathophysiology of Diabetes Mellitus Type II
    Insulin deficiency leads to diabetes mellitus, which is termed medically as the hyposecretion of insulin from the Beta cells of the Islets of Langerhans in the pancreas. However, as stated by Zaccardi, We
, Yates and Davies (2015), the pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus type II or type 2 diabetes can be attributed to the resistance to produce insulin sufficiently at the cellular level, which is why glucose cannot be
oken down into glycogen in the pathway of glycogenesis. It occurs mainly when the body is passive and fats are accumulated in it, thus causing malfunction of the Beta cells.
Common Clinical Manifestations of Diabetes Mellitus Type II
    The most common clinical manifestations or expression of the type 2 diabetes are noted when...
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