Management of an Adult With Type 2 Diabetes With Antidiabetic Medications: A Case Scenario
Patient Followup: Weight Gain From Pioglitazone
Six weeks later, he returns to your office with the complaint that he has gained about 4 pounds of body weight. There are no other complaints. You examine him and note that he has increased subcutaneous fat in the hip/buttock region, but no pitting edema in the lower extremities. There is no elevation of the jugular venous pulse or audible S3, and the lungs are clear.
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