What is the difference between diabetes mellitus and
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Answer / vrinda
Diabetes mellitus is caused due to the deficiency of
insulin and diabetes insipidus is caused due to the
deficiency of vasopressin secreted by pituitary gland.
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Answer / reshmi george
1.Diabetes mellitus is due to insulin deficiency or, abnormal functioning of insulin receptor.it leads to increased blood glucose level.
2. Diabetes insipidus is caused by ADH deficiency, which helps in reabsorption of water from tubules of kidney.
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Answer / khyati
in diabetes mellitus, urination is less frequent whereas in
diabetes insipidus, there's frequent urination
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