Diabetes Mellitus: A Review on Pathophysiology, Current Status of Oral Medications and Future Perspectives
Recently, it was recorded that only in 2012 at least 1.5 million deaths induced from diabetes1 . The terms “Diabetes” and “Mellitus” are derived from Greek language. “Diabetes” denotes “a passer through, a siphon” whereas the “Mellitus” means “sweet”. It is believed that Greeks entitled it such way, due to the exaggerated urine proportions produced by diabetic patients which attracted flies and
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