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diabetes insipidusโรคเบาจืด

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diabetes insipidusโรคเบาจืด, เบาจืด [แพทยศาสตร์ ๖ ส.ค. ๒๕๔๔]

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Diabetes Insipidusเบาจืด,โรค,เบาจืด [การแพทย์]
Diabetes Insipidus, Centralเบาจืดจากการขาดเวโซเปรสซิน [การแพทย์]
Diabetes Insipidus, Nephrogenicเบาจืดเนื่องจากไต,โรคไตที่มีปัสสาวะมาก,โรคเบาจืดเนื่องจากไต,โรคเบาจืดที่มีสาเหตุจากไต,โรคเบาจืดที่มีสาเหตุมาจากไต [การแพทย์]
Diabetes Insipidus, Pituitaryโรคเบาจืดที่เกิดจากต่อมใต้สมอง [การแพทย์]
Diabetes Insipidus, Vasopressin Sensitiveเบาจืดที่ไวต่อเวโซเปรสซิน [การแพทย์]

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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  diabetes \di`a*be"tes\, n. [NL., from Gr. ?, fr. ? to pass or
     cross over. See {Diabase}.] (Med.)
     Any of several diseases which is attended with a persistent,
     excessive discharge of urine; when used without
     qualification, the term usually refers to {diabetes
     mellitus}. The most common form is {diabetes mellitus}, in
     which the urine is not only increased in quantity, but
     contains saccharine matter, and the condition if untreated is
     generally fatal.
     [1913 Webster]
  
     Note: The two major subtypes recognized are
  
     {diabetes insipidus} and
  
     {diabetes mellitus}. In {diabetes insipidus} there is
        excretion of large amounts of urine of relatively low
        density, accompanied by extreme thirst, but the urine
        contains no abnormal constituent. The more serious form
        {diabetes mellitus} (from Latin mellitus, sweetened with
        honey) is a metabolic disease in which the utilization of
        carbohydrate is reduced and that of lipids and proteins is
        increased. This form is caused by a deficiency in insulin
        (which is mostly formed in the pancreas), and may be
        accompanied by glucosuria, hyperglycemia, elecrolyte loss,
        ketoacidosis, and sometimes coma. It has severe long-term
        effects, including damage to the nerves, the retina, and
        the kidney, and degeneration of blood vessels which may
        lead to poor circulation, especially in the limbs,
        subsequent infection, and eventual loss of limbs.
        Diabetes mellitus itself has recognized variants, being
        divided into {insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus} and
        {non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus}.
        Non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus is also called
        {adult-onset diabetes} (abbreviated NIDDM), and is the
        less severe form of diabetes mellitus, occurring mostly in
        obese individuals over the age of 35. It may be treated by
        diet and oral hypoglycemic agents, though occasionally
        serious degenerative effects may develop.
        Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (abbreviated IDDM),
        also called {type I diabetes}, is a severe form of the
        disease, usually starting when the affected person is
        young (hence also called {juvenile-onset diabetes}). In
        addition to the increased urine (polyuria) common to all
        forms of diabetes, this form is characterized by low
        levels of insulin in the blood, ketoacidosis, increased
        appetite, and increased fluid intake, and may lead to
        weight loss and eventually the severe degenerative effects
        mentioned above. Treatment requires administration of
        insulin and careful regulation of the diet. --Stedman
        [PJC]
  
     {Diabetes mellitus} [NL., sweet diabetes], that form of
        diabetes in which the urine contains saccharine matter.
  
     {Diabetes insipidus} [NL., lit., diabetes], the form of
        diabetes in which the urine contains no abnormal
        constituent. Diabetic

From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

  diabetes insipidus
      n 1: a rare form of diabetes resulting from a deficiency of
           vasopressin (the pituitary hormone that regulates the
           kidneys); characterized by the chronic excretion of large
           amounts of pale dilute urine which results in dehydration
           and extreme thirst

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