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 How does the pancreas control the blood sugar in your body?

Answer Your pancreas is responsible for producing insulin in the body. This hormone controls how much glucose (sugar) is distributed to your liver, muscles, and fat tissue. When your body does not produce... Read More »
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What Effects Does Smoking Have on the Pancreas?

Most people know that smoking has a large negative impact on your lungs, but smoking also affects other organs, such as your pancreas. In fact, the effect of smoking on your pancreas may put you at... Read More »
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Diabetes is a disease in which the pancreas does not produce enough insulin.?

A) Hyperglycemia. It is the commonest symptom of diabetes mellitus.B) Hypoglycemia occurs when more insulin is produced by the pancreas (due to insulinoma) or more insulin is injected for the treat... Read More »
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What are the causes of an enlarged pancreas?

The pancreas is a gland located in the upper abdomen, behind the stomach, that produces enzymes that help with digestion. The pancreas is also responsible for insulin production.Anatomic Abnormalit... Read More »
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Does the liver store glucose and the pancreas secrete glucose?

Liver convert glucose into glycogen and store the same in its cells (Glycogenesis). In the case of hypoglycemia, glucagon secreted by alpha cells of the pancreas converts glycogen into glucose and ... Read More »
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