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Manoj Gedam, Dipti Sarma, Bipul Choudhury

Article ID: 3451
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Abstract: To assess the correlation between urinary C peptide creatinine ratio with serum C peptide, serum insulin and its correlation with clinical and biochemical parameters of metabolic syndrome. A total of 100 subjects more than 18 years of age with metabolic syndrome according to ATP III criteria with 100 controls were included in a prospective observational...
Kulvinder Kochar Kaur, Gautam Allahbadia, Mandeep Singh

Article ID: 3520
Views - 363  (Abstract) PDF - 48  (Download)
Abstract: Earlier we have been reviewing the etiopathogenesis (EP) of obesity, type2 Diabetes mellitus (T2DM), Metabolic Syndrome (MetS), Non Alcoholic Fatty Acid Liver Disease (NAFLD) non alcoholic steatohepapititis (NASH), along with its propagation to Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) in addition to their therapies exhaustively. T2DM continues to be a major health ...
Manoj Gedam, Dipti Sarma

Article ID: 3531
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Abstract: Introduction: Acromegaly is chronic progressive disease with multisystem involvement characterised by an excess secretion of growth hormone and increased circulating insulin like growth factor 1 concentration. Aims and Objectives: To assess surgical outcome of acromegaly patients at tertiary care institute using SF 36 quality of life questionnaire. S...
Jerome H. Check, Diane L. Check, Michael P. Dougherty

Article ID: 3611
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Abstract: Hyponatremia related to ectopic secretion of cancer cells of arginine vasopressin (AVP) or atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP) is most commonly caused by small cell lung cancer. The ideal treatment would be one that not only corrects the hyponatremia, especially if it is life threatening, but at the same time causes ...
Kulvinder Kochar Kaur, Gautam Allahbadia, Mandeep Singh

Article ID: 3580
Views - 334  (Abstract) PDF - 48  (Download)
Abstract: We earlier reviewed how obesity has assumed an endemic/pandemic proportions that has resulted in escalating incidence and prevalence of associated escalating worldwide incidence of Metabolic Syndrome (MetS) with non alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), that is correlated with enhanced morbidity. Later we tried t...