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Paper Id: IJCIRAS1602
Title: CLASSIFICATION, ETIOLOGY, SIMILARITIES AND MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES MELLITUS IN CANINE AND FELINE WITH RESPECT TO HUMANS
Published in: International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies
Publisher: IJCIRAS
ISSN: 2581-5334
Volume / Issue: Volume 3 Issue 2
Pages: 11
Published On: 7/6/2020 1:56:33 AM      (MM/dd/yyyy)
Main Author Details
Name: HABIB UR REHMAN
Institute: Depat of Microbiology
Co - Author Details
Author Name Author Institute
Niamatullah Kakar Depat of Microbiology
Asmatullah Kakar Depat of Microbiology
Sanaullah Khan Depat of Microbiology
Abstract
Research Area: Veterinary Sciences
KeyWord: Diabetes, Islet cells, Autoimmune, Obesity, Insulin Resistance, Canine, Feline and Humans
Abstract: Diabetes mellitus relates a metabolic disorder of collective etiology which is characterized by chronic hyperglycaemia caused due to disturbances of carbohydrate, lipid and protein metabolism due to impaired β cell function of pancreas or insulin resistance or both. Diabetes mellitus is a common disease in canine and feline. The most common form of diabetes in canine resembles type 1 diabetes in humans. Studies suggest that genetics, an immune-mediated component, and environmental factors are involved in the development of diabetes in dogs. A variant of gestational diabetes also occurs in canine. The most common form of diabetes in feline resembles type 2 diabetes in humans. A major risk factor in feline is obesity. Obese cats have altered expression of several insulin signaling genes and glucose transporters and are leptin resistant. Feline also form amyloid deposits within the islets of the pancreas and develop glucotoxicity when exposed to prolonged hyperglycemia. An essential aspect of successful DM management is to ensure that the owner of a diabetic canine or feline is capable of administering insulin, monitoring blood glucose, recognizing the clinical signs of inadequately managed DM, is ideal. Insulin therapy is the mainstay of treatment for clinical DM. This review will briefly summarize our current knowledge about the etiology of diabetes in canine and feline and illustrate the similarities among dogs, cats, and humans.
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HABIB UR REHMAN, Niamatullah Kakar, Asmatullah Kakar, Sanaullah Khan, "CLASSIFICATION, ETIOLOGY, SIMILARITIES AND MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES MELLITUS IN CANINE AND FELINE WITH RESPECT TO HUMANS", International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 10-20, 2020.
MLA HABIB UR REHMAN, Niamatullah Kakar, Asmatullah Kakar, Sanaullah Khan "CLASSIFICATION, ETIOLOGY, SIMILARITIES AND MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES MELLITUS IN CANINE AND FELINE WITH RESPECT TO HUMANS." International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies, vol 3, no. 2, 2020, pp. 10-20.
APA HABIB UR REHMAN, Niamatullah Kakar, Asmatullah Kakar, Sanaullah Khan (2020). CLASSIFICATION, ETIOLOGY, SIMILARITIES AND MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES MELLITUS IN CANINE AND FELINE WITH RESPECT TO HUMANS. International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies, 3(2), 10-20.
CLASSIFICATION, ETIOLOGY, SIMILARITIES AND MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES MELLITUS IN CANINE AND FELINE WITH RESPECT TO HUMANS
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