Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Skin manifestations caused by diabetes treatment.. Lipid injection. Irritable reactions due to insulin. Drug reactions. Tumor oncology. Atrophic or prophylactic ulcers and bubonic lesions

Skin manifestations of diabetes treatment:
Lipodystrophy at the site of injection of insulin under the skin.
- Irritable reactions due to insulin.
- Drug reactions: due to oral medications such as "sulfonyl urea" leading to multicellular forms and a toxic reaction.
- Xanthomatoses lesions appear in late stages of diabetes due to increased serum fat.
- Atrophic or bronchial ulcers and pox lesions: caused by diabetic neuropathy especially in the feet.