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Year: 2018 | Month: May | Volume: 8 | Issue: 5 | Pages: 398-401

Remission of Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus in Middle Age Man

Umakanth M1, Ethayakumar N2

1Senior Lecturer in Medicine, Department of Clinical Sciences, Faculty of health Care Sciences, Eastern University, SriLanka.
2Consultant Physician Base Hospital Kalmunai, SriLanka

Corresponding Author: Umakanth M


Diabetes mellitus is a chronic, progressive disease with potentially serious consequences. Treatment for type 2diabetes often begins lifestyle modification with oral agents and ultimately requires insulin therapy. As the disease progresses, drug therapies are often intensified and rarely reduced to control glycemia. The incidence rates of remission and duration for remission is awfully variable. A range of factors seem to influence the remission rates and duration. However, a few studies have demonstrated that drug-free glycemic control can be achieved in type 2 diabetes.

Key words: Type 2 diabetes mellitus; honeymoon period, spontaneous complete remission, partial remission and bariatric surgery.

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