... of diabetes mellitus share similar symptoms and complications
at advanced stages. Hyperglycemia itself can lead to dehydration and ketoacidosis . Longer-term complications
include cardiovascular disease (doubled risk), ... to reduce or prevent development of some of the complications
of diabetes. Other risk factors that can require ...
... studies have conclusively shown that diabetic complications
decrease markedly, linearly, and consistently as ... too high peaks after meals) the rate of diabetic complications
goes down. If glucose levels are very closely ... can even approach 'normal'. The chronic diabetic complications
include cerebrovascular accidents (CVA or ...
1.3 Semi-identical twins
of twin pregnancy
2.1 Vanishing twins
... (or the same amnion and placenta) can cause complications
in pregnancy. For example, the umbilical cords ... side but fraternal on the father's side.
of twin pregnancy
... tingling in the skin, particularly with malaria caused by P. falciparum . complications
of malaria include coma and death if untreated—young children are ... malaria and this is the main factor giving rise to hemorrhagic complications
Some merozoites turn into male and female gametocytes . If ...
... that would never become life threatening, but once detected will lead to treatment. This situation, called overdiagnosis , puts men at risk for complications
from unnecessary treatment such as surgery or radiation. Followup procedures used to diagnose prostate cancer (prostate biopsy ) may cause side ...
... failure (or end-stage renal failure , ESRD), the problem is usually longstanding, and decision is based on the possibility of a renal transplant , complications
of the malfunctioning kidney (e.g. hyperkalemia , uremia ) and personal factors (such as tiredness due to the uremia).
Types of dialysis
... enzymes . The low rate of glycosylation is due to glucose's preference for the less reactive cyclic isomer . Nevertheless, many of the long-term complications
of diabetes (e.g., blindness, kidney failure, and peripheral neuropathy) are probably due to the glycosylation of proteins.
The chain ...
... include the risks associated with each treatment, a person's likelihood of clearing the virus with treatment, a person's risk for developing complications
of persistent infection, and development of viral resistance with treatment.
Chronic carriers should be strongly encouraged to avoid consuming ...
Honors and assessment
Pasteur won the Leeuwenhoek medal , microbiology 's highest honor, in 1895 .
He died in 1895 near Paris from complications
caused by a series of strokes that had begun plaguing him as far back as 1868. He was buried in the Cathedral of Notre Dame , but his remains were ...
... , which involves the use of ultrasound to study the heart valves and the aorta. Beta blockers have been used to control some of the complications
such as aortic aneurysms . If the dilation of the aorta threatens to lead to rupture, a nickel-titanium stent may be inserted. Rupture of the ...
Varicella zoster virus
... herpesviruses known to affect humans (and other vertebrates). Primary VZV infection results in varicella (chickenpox), which may rarely result in complications
including VZV encephalitis . Even when clinical symptoms of varicella have resolved, VZV remains dormant in the nervous system of the host in the ...