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A Case of Actinomycosis of an Orbital Subperiosteal Abscess in a Patient with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Park JE, Kang JB, Park HY, Ahn JY, Shin JH, Lee KH, Cho IJ, Hwang YC, Ahn KJ, Chung HY, Jeong IK

Orbital and paranasal actinomycosis have not been commonly reported. We report a case of this uncommon infection, which was improved after endonasal endoscopic drainage and antibiotics. A 53-year-old woman with...
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A Case of Acute Hyperglycemia Induced by Jerusalem Artichoke in a Patient with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Jang SJ, Kim JM, Bang JH, Jung YG, Jin SJ, Jeong YJ, Kim BK, Kang MY

Jerusalem artichoke (JA) mainly consists of inulin. In many experimental studies, inulin has been shown to be beneficial for decreasing glucose level. Therefore, JA is lately attracting wide attention as...
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Characteristics of Hypoglycemia Pateints Visiting the Emergency Department of a University Hospital

Choi SH, Youn DK, Choi MG, Ryu OH

BACKGROUND: Hypoglycemia is an important obstacle in the treatment of diabetes. When diabetic patients experience hypoglycemia, thorough glycemic control is more difficult. We evaluated the factors associated with risk of...
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The Current Strategic Direction of Diabetes Education: American Association of Diabetes Educators Yearly Strategic Plan 2016~2018

Park YJ

The burden of diabetes mellitus (DM) has increased rapidly, affecting both individuals and society. Recent data suggest that multiple DM conditions impose an even larger burden on society and individuals....
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Beta-Cell Function and Nutrient Intake

Lee YM

Pancreatic beta-cells have an important role in maintaining blood glucose homeostasis through insulin secretion. Therefore, decreased insulin secretion function induced by impaired beta-cell is one of the leading causes of...
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Research Review: Effective of Self-Management Education in Diabetes Patients

Shin EC

Diabetes mellitus (DM) can be controlled but not completely cured as a chronic disease. The goal of DM treatment is to live a healthy life without complications. If self-management is...
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Management of Steroid-induced Hyperglycemia

Suh S, Park MK

Steroids are widely used as potent anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive drugs to treat a wide range of diseases. However, they are also associated with a number of side effects including new-onset...
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Glycemic Control in Cancer Patients

Lee KA, Baek HS, Park TS

Both diabetes mellitus and cancer are common diseases whose incidence is increasing globally. Epidemiologic evidence suggests that the prevalence of cancer is increasing in diabetic patients, and both hyperglycemia and...
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Glycemic Management of Patients Undergoing Dialysis

Kim MK

Diabetes mellitus is the leading cause of end-stage renal disease in Korea. The management of glycemic control in patients undergoing dialysis is challenging due to the complexity of the treatment...
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Management of Diabetes in Liver Cirrhosis

Kim JH

Diabetes mellitus (DM) is common in patients with liver cirrhosis, indicating a bidirectional relationship between DM and liver cirrhosis. Type 2 DM is a risk factor for development and progression...
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Sleep and Diabetes

Joo EY

Sleep is a physiologic state of decreased metabolism and serves a reparative role, marked by increased glycogen stores and peptide synthesis. Normal sleep is characterized by reduced glucose turnover by...
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A Noisy Carbohydrate Addiction

Chun SW, Kim SH, Kim CH, Sohn SY, Ahn KJ, Chon S, Cho DH, Hwang YC, Committee of Food and Nutrition

Carbohydrates are a primary source of energy and a major component of the structure of living things-; there are many different kinds. As eating behavior is a part of life,...
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