Type 2 Diabetes in Childhood and Adolescence: A Global Perspective

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Index
Page numbers in italics indicate figures or tables.
a
acanthosis nigricans (AN) 33, 148, 148 -9
in Asian populations 56, 60
diagnostic considerations 21
in immune-mediated diabetes 19
in metabolic syndrome 25
obesity and 33, 149
acarbose 172 -3
accelerator hypothesis 4, 16
acetohexamide 170
achondroplasia 234
acromegaly 18
acute complications of type 2 diabetes 164
acute presentations 40, 153 -4
diagnostic considerations 21
insulin therapy 178
adipose tissue
development 128, 129
hormonal function 129, 130
ADM see atypical diabetes mellitus
advertising, television 7
affected sib pair (ASP) analysis 214
African-Americans
atypical diabetes mellitus see atypical diabetes mellitus
family history of type 2 diabetes 105
genetic studies 219 -20
presentation of type 2 diabetes in youth 153 -4
rates of type 2 diabetes in youth 39, 144, 145
see also black children
age of diagnosis/onset 145,147
in Asian populations 55
in North America 40
AGPAT2 gene mutations 238
AIRE gene 236
alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency 237
α-glucosidase inhibitors 165, 172 -3
American Academy of Pediatrics 44
American Diabetes Association (ADA) 44
diagnostic criteria 9, 10
screening recommendations 22, 152
antibodies see autoantibodies
apolipoprotein A2 gene (APOA2)222
Asian populations 51, 66
clinical features of type 2 diabetes in youth 55 -7
epidemiology of type 2 diabetes in youth 52, 144
genetic studies 219 -20
insulin resistance 51, 57, 60
long-term outcome of early-onset type 2 diabetes 56, 61, 187, 210
treatment of type 2 diabetes in youth 60 -2
association studies, population 214
asthma 73 -4
ataxia telangiectasia (ATM) 237
atherosclerotic vascular disease 202, 203
atypical diabetes mellitus (ADM) 13, 153, 225
diagnosis 20,21, 239
genetics 231
Australian aborigines 54

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