Diabetes is a disease characterized by the release of large quantities of urine or certain chemicals in the body ( sugar , etc.). The name "diabetes" refers to a number of diseases that are not aetiologically and pathogenetically interconnected. The most important clinical forms of diabetes are diabetes mellitus (see), diabetes mellitus diabetes (see) and renal diabetes (see). The more rare forms include diabetes bronze (see. Hemochromatosis), azotouric diabetes, phosphate diabetes, not accompanied by diabetes, or glycosuria .
Diabetes is a condition with the release of copious amounts of urine. The term "diabetes" is known for completely different etiopathogenesis of diseases and conditions, the main of which are sugar and diabetes insipidus.