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A diabetes mellitus és a bélmikrobiom

Diabetes mellitus and the intestinal microbiome

Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Gyula Tomasics
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László Schandl
,
Annamária Polyák
, and
Gábor Winkler

–12209. 31 Winkler G, Wittmann I. Fat tissue as the primary target organ of insulin resistance in diabetes mellitus. From antidiabetics to „adipeuticums”. [A zsírszövet mint a 2-es típusú diabetest

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Hungarian Medical Journal
Authors:
Solomon O. Ugoya
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Emmanuel I. Agaba
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Nimzing G. Ladep
,
Fabian H. Puepet
, and
Adesola Ogunniyi

19 656 658 Alberti, K. G. M. M., Zimmet, P. Z.: WHO Consultation. Definitions, diagnosis and classification of diabetes mellitus

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catecholamine levels. Diabetes Care, 1998, 21 (11), 1951–1954. Funakoshi, A., Tateishi, K., Shinozaki, H., et al.: Elevated plasma levels of pancreastatin (PST) in patients with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus

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1992 42 545 550 Tanaka, K., Takada, Y., Matsunaka, T. és mtsai: Diabetes mellitus, deafness, muscle

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A terhességi intrahepaticus cholestasis és a gestatiós diabetes mellitus összefüggése

Association between intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy and gestational diabetes mellitus

Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Magdolna Ozsvári-Vidákovich
,
Anikó Somogyi
, and
Klára Rosta

global and regional gestational diabetes mellitus prevalence for 2021 by international association of diabetes in pregnancy study group’s criteria. Diabetes Res Clin Pract. 2022; 183: 109050

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. Risk-stratified screening for diabetes mellitus in general practices among adult subjects. [Kockázatalapú diabéteszszűrés háziorvosi praxisokban, felnőtt egyének körében.] Diabetol. Hung. 2011

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. Az intenzív inzulinkezelés ábécéje 2000 Tamás Gy.: Inzulinkezelés. In: Diabetes mellitus – elmélet és

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Hungarian Medical Journal
Authors:
Anna Körner
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Péter Tóth-Heyn
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Antal Dezsőfi
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Gábor Veres
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László Madácsy
, and
András Arató

84 328 335 Arató, A., Körner, A., Veres, G. et al.: Frequency of coeliac disease in Hungarian children with diabetes mellitus. Eur. J

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Clinical and Experimental Medical Journal
Authors:
Denisa Margina
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Mihaela Ilie
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Daniela Gradinaru
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Maria Vladica
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Cornelia Pencea
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Niculina Mitrea
, and
Eva Katona

: accelerated atherosclerosis in metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes mellitus Atheroscleropathy. Cardiovasc. Diabetol. 1 1 – 27 . [3]. G. Bugdayci N. Altan 2006 The effect of the sulfonylurea glyburide on glutathione-S-transferase and

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Oxidative stress induced by diabetes mellitus leads to damages in the brain, as a consequence of which cognitive functions is impaired. Therefore, for the treatment of diabetes mellitus, in addition to antidiabetics, antioxidants are used to cope with oxidative stress. The antioxidant ability of pomegranate flowers (PGF) to cope with the oxidative stress was investigated. Rats were divided into five groups with 12 animals in each group as given below: control, diabetes (STZ), STZ + the PGF I (300 mg/kg/day), STZ + PGF II (400 mg/kg/day) and STZ + PGF III (500 mg/kg/day).The findings from Morris water maze and probe tests showed that the animals in STZ group had impairments in learning and memory performances compared to the control group. Supplementation of PGF led to improvements in learning and memory performances of diabetic rats.While lipid peroxidation (LPO) was increased (P<0.001), glutathione (GSH) content was decreased (P<0.001) in hippocampal tissue of STZ-induced diabetic rats when compared with control values. Supplementation of PGF restored the levels of LPO and GSH towards their control values. Daily PGF supplementation to diabetic rats reduced the increase in glial-fibrilar acidic protein (GFAP) contents induced by diabetes in the hippocampus, which was significant in STZ + PGF III in comparison to STZ group (p<0.05).In conclusion, these observations suggest that PGF supplementation decreases oxidative stress and ameliorates impairment in learning and memory performances in diabetic rats. Therefore, we suggest that PGF supplementation may be clinically useful in treating neuronal deficit in diabetic patients.

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