What is the metabolic link between diabetes mellitus and arteriosclerosis?
- Mr. Peachy®Lv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
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- 1 decade ago
being a diabetic you have to watch your sugar intake and lose
weight and excercise ask your docter if your high clolestrol is
high and if so take recommened pills for it Lipitor/advicor/zocor/vytorin is good and push yourself away from the table you are what you eat and too much fatty fooods
will clog up your ateries and cause plague build up and less blood get to the veins leading to the heart and the heart turns a purperish color which not at all healty yellowish plague
build when it is too much you will get arteriosclerosis and it make your heart stop.You might need to start taking plavix or
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- ZiniLv 61 decade ago
High blood glucose from diabetes is destructive to smaller blood vessels. Cellular erosion of the tunica interna of the coronary arteries leads to plaque formation as arteriosclerosis.