The Diabetes renal (renal glycosuria)
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Diabetes renal disease

Diabetes renal (a synonym for renal glycosuria ) is the excretion of sugar in the urine with its normal content in the blood. It is caused by a violation of the reabsorption of sugar in the tubules. It is necessary to observe, repeatedly determine blood sugar during the year; at the testimony, exclude sugar and somewhat restrict carbohydrates in food.

Diabetes is a kidney . A more accurate name for this condition is renal glycosuria. In this case, the activity of enzyme systems that support the processes of reabsorption of glucose in the renal tubules is disturbed. The level of sugar in the blood does not increase, but in the urine varies from traces to 1-2%. The disease does not require special treatment.

The forecast is favorable.