Pathophysiology of Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes: This is an auto immune condition where the insulin producing beta cells are destroyed by the body’s immune system leading to the deficiency of  beta cells in turn leading to the deficiency of insulin production.. The destruction of beta cells may take time but the onset of the disease is rapid and occurs very fast. Type 2 diabetes is condition where the body does not produce enough insulin or peripheral insulin resistance which means although insulin is produced it is  unable to reduce the blood sugar levels.

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