NIDDM


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AcronymDefinition
NIDDMNon-Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus
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In a study of subjects with either a family history of DM or no family history, subjects genetically predisposed to NIDDM had more visceral fat and lower insulin sensitivity compared with controls.
Protective effect of Luffa acutangula extracts on gastric ulceration in NIDDM rats: role of gastric mucosal glycoproteins and antioxidants.
Diabetes Intervention Study Multi-intervention trial in newly diagnosed NIDDM.
Type 2 diabetes mellitus (formerly called NIDDM, type II or adult-onset) is characterised by variable insulin resistance in peripheral tissue and insulin deficiency due to an insulin secretory defect of the beta cell.
The OLETF rat is an animal model with mild obesity and NIDDM caused by an absence of food intake inhibition due to a lack of functional CCK-1 receptors (Miyasaka et al.
A 2002 4-week trial of 13 NIDDM men resulted in increased glycemic control, lower plasma glucose and decreased leptin mRNA in high-fiber subjects (8).
Rising prevalence of NIDDM in an urban population in India.
Analysis of the health benefits and cost-effectiveness of treating NIDDM with the goal of normoglycemia.
Kumar S, Boulton AJM, Beck-Nielsen H, et al: Troglitazone, an insulin action enhancer, improves metabolic control in NIDDM patients.
Caloric restriction per se is a significant factor in improvements in glycaemic control and insulin sensitivity during weight loss in obese NIDDM patients.
Individuals (N=41) with either IDDM (n=16), NIDDM (n=18), or individuals who did not indicate their type of diabetes (n=7) completed a questionnaire packet at the Diabetic Health Fair in Northwest Arkansas.
8 million people characterized as diabetic in the United States in 1993, over 90 percent have NIDDM and the incidence is rising sharply.