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Search Results 1-9 of 9 for Cortisol
Such in-depth adrenal steroid profiling allows us to better characterize adrenal tumor glucocorticoid production other than cortisol.
In patients with aldosterone-producing adenoma (APA), the mean cortisol-corrected aldosterone ratio (APA-side PAC/cortisol concentration-to-normal adrenal PAC/cortisol concentration ratio) is 18-to-1...
These new symptoms were concerning for abnormal cortisol secretion and further hormonal evaluation was performed.
However, biochemical testing demonstrated androgen, estrogen and corticotropin-independent cortisol excess.
The primary purpose of this study is to determine pre-surgical and post-surgical predictors of the duration and severity of glucocorticoid withdrawal in patients undergoing a curative surgery for cortisol excess.
Biochemical workup was consistent with ACTH-independent cortisol excess and androgen excess, without evidence for primary aldosteronism or catecholamine excess.
The serum cortisol concentration decreased to 6 mcg/dL and the serum ACTH concentration to 13 pg/mL 24 hours after the cryoablation.
Laboratory evaluation showed the following: Serum estradiol, 3,740 pg/mL LH, 36 IU/L; FSH, 38.7 IU/L Prolactin, 115 ng/mL (reference range, 4.8 to 23.3 ng/mL) Normal blood concentrations of cortisol, insulin-like growth factor-I, tes...
Sept. 14, 2018 Incidentally discovered adrenal masses and subclinical Cushing syndrome A clinical trial helps researchers better understand differences in steroid production in patients with subclinical Cushing syndrome, and tie in measured abnormali...
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