Differential (differential) diagnosis of diabetes mellitus

Differential diagnosis of
Tests
A blood test
Blood counts
Urine analysis
Biochemistry
Diagnosis
How to checked?
Color, protein, density of urine
Markers
Suspicion
Test
How to recognize
Definition
Hemoglobin
How to find out
The survey
Cholesterol

 

the Problem of diabetes in recent times is widely spread in the world of medicine. It is approximately 40% among all cases of disease of the endocrine system. This disease often leads to high mortality and early disability.

For the differential diagnosis in patients with diabetes mellitus need to identify the patient's condition, referring him to one of the classes: neuropathic, angioplasticeskih, combined version of course of diabetes.

Patients with similar fixed number signs, are considered as belonging to the same class. In this work the WPPT. diagnostics is presented as the problem of classification.

as a method of classification uses cluster analysis and the method of Kemeny's median, which are the mathematical formulas.

the differential diagnosis of diabetes in any case cannot be guided by the levels of GC. If in doubt, put a preliminary diagnosis and make sure you know it.

Explicit or overt diabetes mellitus has a clearly defined clinical picture: polyuria, polydipsia, weight loss. In a laboratory study of blood marked the high content of glucose. When urinalysis - glucosuria and acetonuria. If the symptoms of hyperkalemia no, but during the study, blood sugar, show elevated glucose. In this case, to exclude or confirm the diagnosis in the laboratory is a special test for response to glucose.

it is Necessary to pay attention to the urine specific gravity (relative density), which is detected during the tests conducted in the treatment of other diseases or medical examination.

For the WPPT. diagnosis of forms of diabetes, selection of therapy and a therapeutic drug, it is essential to determine the level of concentration of insulin in the blood. The definition of insulin can be used for patients who were not taking insulin. The high content of insulin at low glucose concentration is an indicator of the pathological hyperinsulinemia. High levels of insulin in the blood during starvation at high and normal concentrations of glucose is indicative of glucose intolerance and diabetes mellitus, respectively

requires comprehensive diagnosis of the disease is aimed at serious body examination. Differential diagnosis will prevent the development of diabetes and will allow time to appoint the necessary treatment.