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Question 7 (1 point) Rhiannon is 26 years old has been losing weight at an alarming rate. She doesn't understand why, as she is

Question 7 (1 point)
Rhiannon is 26 years old has been losing weight at an alarming rate. She doesn't
understand why, as she is constantly hungry and eats a well-balanced diet. No matter
how much she eats, she is still becoming dangerously underweight. She has also
noticed that her breath ha a sweet, fruity odour.
What is Rhiannon's probable diagnosis?
Diabetes insipidus
Chronic renal failure
Diabetes mellitus, Type I
Diabetes mellitus, Type II

Question 7 (1 point) Rhiannon is 26 years old has been losing weight at an alarming rate. She doesn't understand why, as she is constantly hungry and eats a well-balanced diet. No matter how much she eats, she is still becoming dangerously underweight. She has also noticed that her breath ha a sweet, fruity odour. What is Rhiannon's probable diagnosis? Diabetes insipidus Chronic renal failure Diabetes mellitus, Type I Diabetes mellitus, Type II

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