A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CHANGES IN IMMUNOGLOBULINS LEVELS IN PATIENTS WTH IDDM 1 AND NIDDM 2 TYPES OF DIABETES
Nihad M Alshmary Azza M. Marei, and Mohamed N Seddek
Diabetes mellitus (DM) is defined as a disease that results from an increase in the level of glucose in the blood (Hyperglycemia) over the normal level as a result of lack or reduction of insulin hormone secretion (from the beta cells of islets of Langerhans located within the pancreas) of most vertebrates. Also, it occurs if there is a weakness in the insulin mechanism of action, or both together. In addition, the defect in the Insulin receptors as a result of epidemiological genetic disorders. Diabetes mellitus is caused as a result of the deficiency of β cells in the pancreas, so the production of insulin by these cells is either little or no, and this is known as Type 1 diabetes mellitus insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM 1).