Urine examination of the diabetes patient, Biology

Q. Urine Examination of the diabetes Patient?

Generally when blood testing facilities are not available, urine is tested for the presence of sugar. A urine sample shows presence of glucose or ketones. Urine and blood test will help in the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus. Blood investigation is to be performed for the confirmation of the diagnosis.

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