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Can You Tell Me The Relationship Between Inter Ocular Pressure And Sugar Level
Secondary cause: Diabetes can be a secondary cause of glaucoma (neovascular glaucoma), or it's controversial as a risk factor for primary open angle glaucoma. The interaction is likely complicated as glaucoma can be caused by pressure but possibly other factors such as ocular blood flow. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Phenol vs ether: The chemical structure of epinephrine, the natural hormone generated in excess by a pheochromocytoma tumor, has an aromatic carbon ring with two adjacent -oh (phenol) groups and a side-chain amino group. Compounds with this structure are called catecholamines. Metanephrine is a metabolite of this hormone, with one phenol converted to an ether (-och3). If elevated, it implies the tumor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please tell the difference between hypertension and high blood pressure. How they're linked? Both are same and how? Explain in detailed manner.
None: Typically, your body likes to remain in a very tight/narrow range of temperature. It will shiver to make you warmer and sweat to make you cooler. During this time, blood pressure is unlikely to change/vary based just upon body temperature. However, BP will vary depending upon body position & (lack of) physical activity. If concerned, track your own then bring record plus devices to doc 2 calibrate ...Read more
Pain anxiety: Sinus pressure is felt as a tight squeeze and localized generally to the area of the sinus involved. Brain tumors generally don't hurt, but the symptoms are related to the area where the lesion is located. If tumor is in the back (occipital area) of the brain, symptoms may be perceived in the eye, for example. A good physical examination may be helpful in differentiating between the two. ...Read more
Diabetes: Diabetes is a metabolic disease (a disease that has to do with the way your body processes and uses food). There are simple sugars and complex sugars (carbohydrates-pasta/bread/starch) that all become sugar in your blood stream. If the body can either not break down or can not utilize sugar properly, the level of sugar in the blood rises. This can cause kidney and nerve damage, blindness, other ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Complex: Hi. The relationship between Insulin resistance (IR) and hepatic glucose output (HGO) is complex, an results from IR at the liver (so that Insulin doesn't suppress HGO like it should) as well as unregulated hyper-secretion of glucagon (which inappropriately stimulates HGO even in the face of high blood sugar). The liver's a little storage tank for glucose and a factory for making more! ...Read more
High TG: One of the earliest evidences of developing type 2 dm is elevated triglyceride level. ...Read more
What is the difference between Renal Glycosuria and Diabetes Mellitus?
How to explain relationship between intraversical volume and pressure? Thanks
Guidelines: High BP is greater than 140/90.Low BP is more of a clinical determination.It usually occurs when the top number is less than100 and the person feels dizzy, weak, feels faint , esspecially when they stand up. ...Read more
How can you tell the difference between impeded blood flow (increased intracranial pressure) and sinus pressure?
Location: Increased intracranial pressure would be more generalized "headache" or pressure. I would expect there to be neurologic deficits as well: change in mentation, gait, speech, etc. Sinus pressure is located: maxillary - below eyes; ethmoid - between eyes; frontal - above eyes; sphenoid - on top of head or very back of head. Sinus pressure is usually very localized. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can i know if glucose in blood is low or high without test??any difference between the symtoms of both
Low blood sugar: Cause jitteriness, severe anxiety, sweating, passing out, weakness, nausea vomiting, palpitations, and pallor. High blood sugar may not give any symptoms at all, or it may cause lethargy, altered mental status, speech problems, disorientation, abdominal pain and nausea vomiting as well. The best way to recognize diabetes is to get a urine glucose and fasting blood glucose level. ...Read more
Can you tell me how the brains response causes the increase in blood pressure required during exercise?
?: Not sure of your question. The brain modulates many bodily functions, but most of the input affecting BP comes from adrenal gland and kidney input as well as some input from baroreceptors in the carotid arteries. There are control centers that monitor and to some degree regulate this response, and can provide powerful reactionary responses for example in the case of a hemorrhagic stroke. ...Read more
Can you tell me how the brain's response causes the increase in blood pressure required during exercise?
How can I tell the difference between shakiness from low blood sugar and from neuropathy in legs?
Low sugar: Is potentially dangerous and life threatning, also may be associated with excessive sweating( di aphorisms), shakiness and confusion. Diabetic neuropathy does not give you sweating and usually not shakiness ,but unsteadiness if for eg it involves your lower extremities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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