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Medical Glossary by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm Below is a compiled list of medical terms relate to diseases of the pancreas, procedures, and other essential definitions. A Adenocarcinoma A cancer that develops in the lining or inner surface of an organ. More than 95 percent of prostate cancers are adenocarcinoma. Adjuvant Therapy Treatment that is giv ... Read on »
How lactic acid regulates insulin/glucagon secretion: hypoxia, obesity, and diabetes by mayklub Posted Mon 04 May 2009 12:43am How lactic acid regulates insulin/glucagon secretion and How hypoxia causes elevated blood pressure, obesity, and diabetes mellitus  ZHU CHENG_TAI  Abstract Transmembrane movement of lactate has two pathways, simple diffusion and H + -lactate facilitated diffusion through monocarbohydrate transporter(MCT), both electrogenic but in opposi ... Read on »
How lactic acid regulates insulin/glucagon secretion: hypoxia, obesity and diabetes by mayklub Posted Mon 04 May 2009 12:45am How lactic acid regulates insulin/glucagon secretion and How hypoxia causes elevated blood pressure, obesity, and diabetes mellitus  ZHU CHENG_TAI  Abstract Transmembrane movement of lactate has two pathways, simple diffusion and H + -lactate facilitated diffusion through monocarbohydrate transporter(MCT), both electrogenic but in opposi ... Read on »
Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Type 1 by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:39pm Multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1 (MEN1) is an inherited disorder that affects the endocrine glands. It is sometimes called multiple endocrine adenomatosis or Wermer's syndrome, after one of the first doctors to recognise it. MEN1 is quite rare, occurring in about 3 to 20 persons out of 100,000. It affects both sexes equally and shows no ... Read on »
Gastroenteropancreatic tumours (GEPs) by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:38pm This information is about a rare group of neuroendocrine tumours (NETs) called gastroenteropancreatic tumours (GEPs). We hope that the information will answer any questions that you may have about them. If you have any further questions you can ask your doctor or nurse at the hospital where you are having your treatment. Neuroendocri ... Read on »
What is Hypoglycemia? by Vickie Patient Expert Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 12:54pm To understand Hypoglycemia, we first have to understand "normal" blood sugar control. And by normal, I mean you don't have metabolic syndrome issues. You have good glucose tolerance, and are not yet insulin resistant. The body loves homeostasis, (balance), so it does whatever it has to, to keep your blood sugar level within a very tight framew ... Read on »
Common and Uncommon Usages of Glucagon in the Field by Adam THOMPSON Posted Wed 17 Feb 2010 6:26am As a new member of Paramedicine 101, I'll be quick with the introductions: I'm an EMT-Paramedic in North Carolina and have been in EMS just long enough to have never recertified. I'll save you the trouble of looking up NC's recertification schedule to let you know I'm green! Recently I was on a call in which a patient choked on a piece of cabbage ... Read on »
The young why menopause, beware of pituitary prolactin-secreting tumors by sweethouse Posted Tue 07 May 2013 7:05am   A 21-year-old female college student, 13-year-old open its population to menstruation, after five years of normal menstruation, menstrual cycle interval extension, and finally menopause, and the front of the head pain. She did not use contraceptives, and there is no sex, cheap christian louboutin outlet  urine pregnancy test was negative. After ... Read on »
Weekend a workin' by Biochemista Posted Sun 29 May 2011 6:57pm Happy Memorial Day weekend! (Me and my sis, circa 1990) How are you spending your weekend? I've been working- 8 hours Friday, 12 Saturday, 8 Sunday, and 8 Monday. I bet you're asking, "How did she get so lucky?" You and me both ;)  I'm actually okay with it, I'm planning a 4th of July trip to Myrtle Beach so I can't be allllll that u ... Read on »
Relatives of people with brain tumors at higher risk for developing the same type of tumor by Kathlyn S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 5:07pm A new study by researchers at the University of Utah found that people with a family history of cancerous brain tumors appear to be at higher risk of developing the same kind of tumors compared to people with no such family history. The researchers reviewed the medical records of 1,401 people from Utah with primary brain tumors -- either gliob ... Read on »