INFLUENCE OF EXOCRINE PANCREATIC INSUFFICIENCY ON THE COURSE OF TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS IN PATIENTS WITH PRIMARY OSTEOARTHRITIS
The study of the functional capacity of the pancreas in chronic pancreatitis (CP) in comorbidity with type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM2) and primary osteoarthritis (OA) is also relevant given that patients with this combination are associated with the presence of metabolic syndrome.
The aim of the study was to investigate the state of functional capacity of the pancreas in patients with comorbid chronic pancreatitis and type 2 diabetes mellitus with osteoarthritis.
Material and methods. 117 patients with CP with OA with concomitant DM2 and without it were studied. The main group consisted of 92 outpatients with CP with OA in combination with diabetes in the phase of stable or unstable remission, the comparison group – 25 patients with isolated CP with primary OA, and the control group – 30 healthy individuals. Diagnoses of OA, CP and DM2 were established according to generally accepted criteria and protocols
Results. Analysis of the data showed that on average in the contingent of studied patients with comorbid OA, CP and DM2 excretory insufficiency of pancreas was significantly more severe than in the group of patients with isolated CP with OA.
Conclusions. In the combined course of CP and DM2 with OA, the correlation between fecal α-elastase-1 and glycosylated hemoglobin was statistically significantly stronger than in the group of patients with isolated CP, indicating a mutually aggravating effect of CP and DM2.
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