Diabetes and Chronic Liver Disease

Diabetes and Chronic Liver Disease

The liver is one of the major targets for insulin and its counterregulatory hormones, such as glucagon. Overall, glucose intolerance has been seen in up to 80% of patients with CLD, and frank diabetes is present in 30–60%. Chronic liver disease (CLD) is often associated with glucose intolerance and diabetes because of the presence of insulin resistance and β-cell dysfunction. In this video, lets us have a closer look at the relationship between diabetes and chronic liver disease.

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