Risk factors for tuberculosis: diabetes, smoking, alcohol use, and the use of other drugs.

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diabetes mellitus 2359 adequate management of both conditions.RISK FACTORS FOR TUBERCULOSISDiabetes mellitusPatients with diabetes mellitus (DM) are at a higher risk of transitioning from latent to active tuberculosis. A diagnosis of DM also
hyperglycemia 4565 infection. Diabetes causes increased susceptibility to tuberculosis through several mechanisms, including hyperglycemia and cellular insulinopenia, which have indirect effects on macrophage and lymphocyte function.[14] However,
hyperglycemia 4805 temporarily cause impaired glucose tolerance, which is a risk factor for developing DM.[1] Transient hyperglycemia can occur due to the inflammation induced during tuberculosis.[9] Therefore, to establish a new diagnosis
hyperglycemia 6233 microsomal enzyme system and can lower the serum levels of sulfonylureas and biguanides,[17] leading to hyperglycemia , either directly, or indirectly via interactions with oral hypoglycemic drugs.[16] Therefore, in patients

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