Pathophysiology: endocrinology and diabetes

Endocrine disorders can be classified according to the origin of the endocrine disorder and the intensity of hormonal activity. From the intensity of the hormonal activity of the endocrine gland, we can distinguish the hyper function of the endocrine gland, which is characterized by increased secretion of its hormone and an increased concentration of this hormone in the circulating blood. Hypo function of the endocrine gland, characterized by a decrease in the concentration of this hormone in the circulating blood and a decrease in the secretion of its hormone.

Endocrine disease occurs when a gland produces too little or too much of an endocrine hormone called hormonal imbalance. Diabetic ketoacidosis is caused by type 1 diabetes where there is a dependence on fatty acids for energy and a complete lack of insulin. This uncontrolled breakdown of lipids leads to the formation of acidosis, ketones and ketonemia. This is a medical emergency.

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