Diabetes is a disease characterized by allocation of large amounts of urine, or individual chemical substances in the body (sugar and others). The name "diabetes" refers to a range of diseases, etiological and pathogenetic nothing are not related. The major clinical forms of diabetes are diabetes mellitus (see), diabetes insipidus (see) and diabetes, renal (see). More rare forms include diabetes bronze (see Hemochromatosis), diabetes izotoniceski, diabetes phosphate, not accompanied either diabetes or by glycosuria.