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Why does glucose appear in the urine of a person with diabets mellitis?

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  • Hope I Can Help answered 7 years ago
    The body is unable to produce insulin which allows the glucose to be aborbed in to the bodies cells, therefore when the blood passes through the kidney the glucose is removed and expelled through the urine.
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  • E.A. Boyd answered 7 years ago
    Because they are not converting it out of their blood either into fat or into food for cells.
    So as a result it gets filtered out and excreted by the kidness, but certainly not all of it.
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