starvation diabetes

star·va·tion di·a·be·tes

after prolonged fasting, glycosuria following the ingestion of carbohydrate or glucose because of reduced output of insulin and/or reduced rate of glucose metabolism with a reduced ability to form glycogen.

starvation diabetes

Transient glucose intolerance accompanied by glycosuria seen when a person ingests carbohydrates after prolonged starvation, an effect attributed to suboptimal glycogen synthesis and storage. See Diabetes mellitus, Somogyi effect.

star·va·tion di·a·be·tes

(stahr-vā'shŭn dī'ă-bē'tēz)
After prolonged fasting, glycosuria following the ingestion of carbohydrate or glucose because of reduced output of insulin and/or reduced rate of glucose metabolism with a reduced ability to form glycogen.

star·va·tion di·a·be·tes

(stahr-vā'shŭn dī'ă-bē'tēz)
After prolonged fasting, glycosuria following ingestion of carbohydrate or glucose because of reduced output of insulin and/or reduced rate of glucose metabolism with a reduced ability to form glycogen.