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A 53-year-old presents complaining of lip swelling for many months. She is otherwise healthy.
An adolescent presented with persistent upper-extremity pain, redness, and axillary swelling upon lifting weights.
A middle-aged man presents with palpitations, tachycardia, tremors, and extreme anxiety.
Given the number of new agents that have been added to the diabetes armamentarium, it is important for clinicians to know what treatment options are available for the management of type 2 diabetes.
Mrs. L is a 34-year-old woman who presents to your office for her yearly physical exam. After checking her chart, you notice that she has had a significant weight gain since the previous year's exam. Today, Mrs. L weighs 188 lbs. She is 5'2" tall.
A patient recently diagnosed with diabetes complains of worsening malaise and fatigue as well as bilateral extremity cramps.