Publication Year: 2018
Edition: 1st Ed.
Authors/Editor: Draznin, Boris; Philipson, Louis H.; McGill, Janet B.
Publisher: American Diabetes Association
This book is a comprehensive resource for the successful diagnosis and treatment of rare, but significant forms of diabetes.
Type 1 and type 2 diabetes account for up to 90% of all cases of diabetes. However, the remaining “atypical” cases, while rare, appear frequently enough that every practitioner should be aware of them. Atypical Diabetes is divided into three parts, each exploring distinct categories of atypical diabetes, and each part includes case studies that illustrate the clinical challenges presented by different forms of atypical diabetes.
Atypical Diabetes: Pathophysiology, Clinical Presentations, and Treatment Options