The distribution of the patients with diabetes n % T1D 701 84 T2D 48 5.7 Genetic defects of [beta]-cell function MODY 44 5.3 NDM 7 0.8 Mitochondrial 2 0.2 Genetic defects in insulin action 2 0.2 Diseases of exocrine pancreas CFRD
11 1.3 Pancreatectomy 1 0.1 Endocrinopathies 1 0.1 Drug-induced 5 0.6 Infections 1 0.1 Genetic syndromes Wolfram 8 1 Others 4 0.5 Total 835 100 T1D: type 1 diabetes mellitus, T2D: type 2 diabetes mellitus, MODY: maturity onset diabetes of the young, NDM: neonatal diabetes mellitus, CFRD
: cystic fibrosis related diabetes Table 2.
Then, investigators were contributed to developments in interaction analysis and deformation behaviours of the CFRDs
As well, BMI and albumin were significantly lower while CFRD
and chronic infection frequencies were significantly higher in osteoporotic patients compared to patients with BMD values within the normal range.
Dr Mike Gray, reader in cellular physiology at Newcastle University, who is deputy co-ordinator of this project, said: "This research could lead to the development of new approaches to help limit the impact of CFRD
on the lives of people with CF, and we are very grateful to the trust and its supporters for the award."
"The more research that goes on the better as it means that one day scientists might be able to identify a way to put an end to CFRD
The displacement of Shuibuya CFRD
was calculated using the FEM.
Thus, by the time CFRD
is diagnosed, patients have already experienced several years of insulin insufficiency, with adverse consequences.
Patients with diabetes associated syndromes such as Wolcott-Rallison syndrome, DIDMOAD syndrome (Diabetes Insipidus, Diabetes Mellitus, Optic Atrophy, and Deafness), type 2 diabetes mellitus or other causes including cystic fibrosis related diabetes (CFRD
), steroid-induced diabetes and lipodystrophy were excluded.
The damage mechanism of Zipingpu CFRD
was also analyzed  based on field investigation.
The authors are also thankful to CFRD
, Osmania University, Hyderabad, for providing spectral analysis.
The authors are thankful to the Director, CFRD
, Osmania University, Hyderabad, and the Director, IICT, Hyderabad, for providing spectral and analytical data.
Vitamin deficiencies (A, D, E and K) and CF-related diabetes (CFRD
) are common secondary complications of CF.