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[Elimination of the instability of blood glucose level as a measure of increasing the effectiveness of insulin therapy in insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus].
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Why does alcoholism present risk for patients with diabetes mellitus
[Regulated starvation in the complex treatment of neuro-endocrine forms of pathological obesity].
[Short- and long-term results of intensive insulin therapy in patients with severe forms of diabetes mellitus type I].
Intensive insulin therapy schemes used in patients with severe forms of type I diabetes mellitus proved its beneficial effect on metabolism, remaining secretory beta-cell function, frequency of hypoglycemic reactions, manifestations of peripheral and visceral neuropathy, diabetic encephalopathy was proved. Expand
The activity of enzymes in lymphocytes of children and adults with chronic viral hepatitis B and C
Under chronic hepatitis C, in lymphocytes the levels of activity of enzymes involved in functioning of main metabolic paths and glutathione system of antioxidant defense of are decreased in children as compared with adults. Expand
Microcirculation and blood coagulation in patients with diabetes mellitus undergoing antidiabetic therapy of different types
Marked derangements in the microcirculatory system concerning both the vascular wall proper and of the rheological properties of the blood were revealed and were more distinct in the patients over 45 years of age with prolonged affection and the presence of vascular complications but proved to be independent of the therapy carried out. Expand
[Use of various preparations with beta-adrenergic blocking action in the overall therapy of thyrotoxicosis].
[Diabetic angiopathies of the legs (clinical aspects, diagnosis and treatment)].
Role of hereditary factors in the formation of secondary insulin dependence in patients with type II diabetes mellitus
A model of age-dependent epistasis with an 'insulin-dependence' gene quantitative effect is suggested, which results in a hypothesis that secondary insulin dependence formation in diabetics with type II condition results from interactions of two gene complexes with a recessive effect, responsible for types I and II diabetes mellitus development. Expand