Tutor profile: Abbie C.
Subject: Health and Medicine
What are the major differences in Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus?
Type 1 typically affects children and adolescents, is due to a loss of beta cells in the pancreas, and have the typical symptoms of polyuria, polydipsia, and polyphagia. Type 2 is more gradual and typically affects adults (although it is more common than before in children), is related to insulin resistance, and may have no symptoms initially.
A patient presents to the emergency department with a frog like voice and drooling. The patient is also leaning forward when sitting. What condition do you suspect?
A man complains of loss of taste. Which three cranial nerves would you want to investigate further?
Cranial nerve VII (Facial), cranial nerve IX (Glossopharyngeal), and cranial nerve X (Vagus).
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