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Screening for related conditions to diabetes (comorbidity)SScreening for related conditions to diabetes (comorbidity)Screening for related conditions to diabetes (comorbidity)EnglishEndocrinologyChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)PancreasEndocrine systemTestsAdult (19+)NA2017-11-20T05:00:00ZCatherine Pastor, RN, MN, HonBScVanita Pais, RD, CDEAndrea Ens, MD, FRCPCJennifer Harrington, MBBS, PhD000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>An overview of conditions related to diabetes and how how often your child will need to be screened for each condition.</p><p>​​Related conditions are conditions that may occur in addition to diabetes. Comorbid conditions may affect the diabetes however they neither cause diabetes nor are caused by diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is more often associated with autoimmune conditions. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) are more common in people with type 2 diabetes.</p><h2>Key points</h2> <ul><li>Your child will be screened for conditions that occur in addition to either type 1 or type 2 diabetes. These conditions are not caused by diabetes but are more common in people who have it.</li></ul>
Dépistage d’autres problèmes liés au diabèteDDépistage d’autres problèmes liés au diabèteScreening for related conditions to diabetes (comorbidity)FrenchEndocrinologyChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)PancreasEndocrine systemTestsAdult (19+)NA2017-11-20T05:00:00ZCatherine Pastor, RN, MN, HonBScVanita Pais, RD, CDEAndrea Ens, MD, FRCPCJennifer Harrington, MBBS, PhD000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Un aperçu des troubles de santé liés au diabète et de la fréquence à laquelle votre enfant doit subir des tests de dépistage en fonction de chaque trouble.<br></p><p>​​D’autres problèmes liés au diabète peuvent également survenir. Les maladies concomitantes (ou comorbides) peuvent affecter un diabétique, mais elle ne causent pas le diabète ni ne sont provoquées par le diabète. Le diabète de type 1 est le plus souvent associé à des maladies auto-immunes. Le syndrome de des ovaires polykystiques (SOP) et la stéatose hépatique non alcoolique sont plus fréquents chez les personnes atteintes de diabète de type 2.</p><h2>À retenir</h2><ul><li>Votre enfant doit subir des tests de dépistage pour les troubles qui surviennent à la suite du diabète de type 1 ou de type 2. Le diabète n’est pas directement à l’origine de ces troubles, mais ces troubles sont plus prévalents chez les diabétiques que chez le reste de la population.</li></ul>

 

 

Screening for related conditions to diabetes (comorbidity)2525.00000000000Screening for related conditions to diabetes (comorbidity)Screening for related conditions to diabetes (comorbidity)SEnglishEndocrinologyChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)PancreasEndocrine systemTestsAdult (19+)NA2017-11-20T05:00:00ZCatherine Pastor, RN, MN, HonBScVanita Pais, RD, CDEAndrea Ens, MD, FRCPCJennifer Harrington, MBBS, PhD000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>An overview of conditions related to diabetes and how how often your child will need to be screened for each condition.</p><p>​​Related conditions are conditions that may occur in addition to diabetes. Comorbid conditions may affect the diabetes however they neither cause diabetes nor are caused by diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is more often associated with autoimmune conditions. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) are more common in people with type 2 diabetes.</p><h2>Key points</h2> <ul><li>Your child will be screened for conditions that occur in addition to either type 1 or type 2 diabetes. These conditions are not caused by diabetes but are more common in people who have it.</li></ul><table class="AKH-table"><thead><tr><th colspan="3"> Screening for type 1 diabetes related conditions </th></tr><tr><th width="30%"> Comorbid condition </th><th> Screen test </th><th> How often? </th></tr></thead><tbody><tr><td> <strong>Thyroid diseases</strong></td><td>Blood test</td><td>Screen at diagnosis of diabetes and every 2 years after, or every 6-12 months if anti-thyroid antibodies are detected</td></tr><tr><td> <strong>Celiac disease</strong></td><td>Blood test</td><td>Screen with any signs of stomach upset, poor growth, poor weight gain, fatigue, poor blood sugar control</td></tr><tr><td> <strong>Addison's disease</strong></td><td>Blood test</td><td>Screen with any symptoms of unexplained recurring low blood glucose (sugar) levels and decreasing insulin needs</td></tr></tbody></table> <br> <table class="AKH-table"><thead><tr><th colspan="3"> Screening for type 2 diabetes related conditions </th></tr><tr><th width="30%"> Related condition </th><th> Screen test </th><th> How often? </th></tr></thead><tbody><tr><td> <strong>Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)</strong></td><td>History and physical exam to check for irregular or absent menstruation, excess hair growth and acne</td><td>Screening once a year starting at diagnosis in girls who have started puberty</td></tr><tr><td> <strong>Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)</strong></td><td>Blood test</td><td>Yearly screening starting at diagnosis</td></tr></tbody></table> ​​​Screening for related conditions to diabetes (comorbidity)False

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