Pancreatic Resection: Effects on Glucose Metabolism

  title={Pancreatic Resection: Effects on Glucose Metabolism},
  author={Lori A. Slezak and Dana K. Andersen},
  journal={World Journal of Surgery},
Pancreatic resection results in hormonal abnormalities that are dependent on the extent and location (proximal versus distal) of the resected portion of the gland. The form of glucose intolerance which results from pancreatic resection is termed pancreatogenic diabetes. It is associated with features distinct from both type I (insulin-dependent) and type II (insulin-independent, or adult-onset) diabetes. Hepatic insulin resistance with persistent endogenous glucose production and enhanced… CONTINUE READING
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