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Endocrinology Definitions

If you are having health problems related to your glands or metabolism, your primary care doctor may want to send you to see an endocrinologist for proper diagnosis. An endocrinologist specializes in disorders of the metabolism and glands and can give give proper treatment for diabetes and other disorders. If you are unfamiliar with the practice of endocrinology, you may want to read up on some of these key terms before your appointment.

  • Endocrinology - A branch of medicine dealing with hormonal diseases and gland disorders. Physicians who specialize in this field may have a private practice or work in a hospital.
  • Type 2 Diabetes - Adult onset diabetes caused by having extremely high levels of glucose in the blood. People with type 2 diabetes are not insulin dependent.
  • Thyroid - A gland in the neck which helps to control a person's metabolism.
  • Mellitus - A term used to refer to metabolic illnesses such as diabetes type 1 and type 2.
  • Pediatric Physician - A doctor who primarily treats disorders in babies and children.
  • Hyperglycemia - The medical term for when a person has a high blood sugar.
  • Surgeon - A doctor who works in a hospital or clinic and specializes in performing a certain type of surgery or procedure. Sometimes older individuals with diabetes may need foot surgery.
  • Complication - A side effect that impacts a person's health as the result of a surgery.
  • Eye - An organ humans use to see out of. Some diabetic patients have problems with their eyesight.
  • Symptom - An indication or sign that something else may be wrong. When a person experiences odd health symptoms, a doctor will perform an exam.
    Endocrine Fellows Foundation
    Endocrinology and diabetes doctors can treat and diagnose type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, and type 3 diabetes.  Learn more about the diagnosis and treatment of these conditions from our association.
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    Nea Baptist Clinic
    311 E Matthews Ave, Jonesboro, AR 72401
    (870) 935-4150
    Omnis Health LLC
    535 Enterprise Ave, Conway, AR 72032
    (501) 336-6600
    City Pharmacy
    1801 Broadway St, Little Rock, AR 72206
    (501) 374-6565
    Lions Diabetes Center
    614 E Emma Ave, Springdale, AR 72764
    (479) 756-8758
    Mercy Diabetes Center
    1 Mercy Ln Ste 107, Hot Springs National Park, AR 71913
    (501) 622-4665
    Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
    11324 Arcade Dr Ste 16, Little Rock, AR 72212
    (501) 217-0321
    Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
    4241 N Gabel Dr Ste 2b, Fayetteville, AR 72703
    (479) 443-2692
    St Vincent Diabetes & Endocrinology Clinic
    2 Shackleford West Blvd, Little Rock, AR 72211
    (501) 552-4763
    Soo's Drugs & Compounding Center
    2905 E Nettleton Ave, Jonesboro, AR 72401
    (870) 932-6930
    Parker Road Speciality Pharmacy
    1109 W Parker Rd, Jonesboro, AR 72404
    (870) 935-6400
    Family Medical Supply Inc
    115 N College St, Mountain Home, AR 72653
    (870) 424-3472
    Family Medical Supply Inc
    103 N College St, Mountain Home, AR 72653
    (870) 424-3472
    Baxter Regional Wound Care Clinic
    901 Burnett Dr, Mountain Home, AR 72653
    (870) 424-4935
    Medical Arts Pharmacy & Medical Supply
    2515 E Huntsville Rd, Fayetteville, AR 72701
    (479) 443-2102
    Mercy Clinic Cardiology
    2708 Rife Medical Ln Ste 200, Rogers, AR 72758
    (479) 338-3080

    Endocrinology is a sector of the study of biology. With the rising obesity levels in our society over the last decades, the treatment and prevention of diabetes are a major part of health care. Endocrinologists are physicians who study and treat the endocrine system. They may work as part of a private practice or on a team at a medical center. These doctors are working to treat diabetes as well as many other disorders such as those of the thyroid. Issues related to metabolism are also relevant. Diabetic mellitus are varied and are not always initially noticeable by the patient. Often, a person will come to a clinic or general doctor complaining of certain issues. A blood glucose test can determine if the individual is a diabetic. If Blood Sugar levels are too high to treat with diet alone a person may have to take insulin on a regular basis. Type 2 diabetes is the most serious condition and presents many challenges for the sufferer. They may experience complications from the disease with a foot or eye as they age. A surgeon may be consulted for an exam if toes or feet have severe damage. Those with hyperglycemia have problems with levels dropping too low. They suffer from their own set of symptoms and must carefully monitor their food intake. If a child is receives a diagnosis from a doctor they may be referred to a pediatric endocrinologist. Medicine is sometimes available in pill form. Other times, it has to be administered by injection. Endocrinology continues to advance through the efforts of researchers and physicians. Better practices are sought to help individuals who suffer from problems related to metabolism, blood sugar, and other issues of the endocrine system.
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