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glucose tolerance test

[′glü‚kōs ¦täl·ə·rəns ‚test]
(pathology)
A test to measure the ability of the liver to convert glucose to glycogen.
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CONCENTRATIONS OF GLUCOSE, INSULIN, AND CPEPTIDE DURING THE ORAL GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST
According to the findings, 40 percent of type 2 diabetes patients and 67 percent of high-risk patients identified through the oral glucose tolerance test would have shown a normal glycemic status if only the hemoglobin A1C test were used to diagnose them.
Two-hour plasma glucose of 200 mg/dL or greater during an oral glucose tolerance test.
3-5) Based upon this analysis and the ADA position statements, laboratorians should not discourage the use of the 2-point (zero time and +2 h) 75-g oral glucose tolerance test in the diagnosis of diabetes or pre-diabetes if the initial FPG result is not elevated (e.
Other measures that did not improve in the exercise-only group or the controls but did improve in the other two groups included glucose and insulin response to the oral glucose tolerance test, waist circumference, deep belly fat, triglycerides and adiponectin.
Screening of all women at 24-28 weeks' gestation not known to have type 2 diabetes with 75-g oral glucose tolerance test (after overnight fast).
In Q4 2005, MTI demonstrated its first preclinical proof-of-principle of active compounds in a glucose tolerance test in mice.
A 5-hour glucose tolerance test resulted in a normal fasting blood sugar level fol lowed by diabetic levels through the third hour as well as evidence of hyperinsulinemia through the third hour.
Replacement of the oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) by measurement of fasting plasma glucose (FPG) on more than one occasion certainly simplifies the diagnostic procedure, and the chosen FPG cutoff of [greater than or equal to]7.
01) improved glucose handling in an oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) when compared to the control group and at the end of the study was superior (p<0.
To test his hypothesis, he gave a 100-g oral glucose tolerance test to 63 patients coming to the obesity surgery clinic for routine follow-up a mean of 4 years after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass.
4% at week 24 of gestation and beyond) and the 100-g, 3-hour oral glucose tolerance test (in 0.

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