By Terry F. Davies
In A Case-Based Guide to Clinical Endocrinology, Second variation, a well known crew of uncommon clinicians once back offers stimulating instruction and insights into a large choice of endocrine topics, teaching readers modern administration of the stipulations defined and offering particular access into the literature. Importantly, the various vital components within the present curriculum for scientific endocrine education as steered by means of the organization of application administrators in scientific Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism are coated during this textual content. completely up to date, this re-creation not just covers new remedy methods but in addition emphasizes the newest investigative advances in either imaging and molecular diagnostics. to enhance studying and retention of information, a question-based method is utilized in a few of the case stories. scholars, citizens, fellows, and practitioners will locate this connection with be a good solution to evaluation their understanding and elevate their skills and abilities in sufferer research and administration. a useful contribution to the sector, A Case-Based Guide to Clinical Endocrinology, Second Edition, deals an analogous comprehensive volume of thought-provoking case-studies that made the 1st version of vital significance to all clinicians who deal with sufferers with endocrine disorders.
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To understand treatment options for GrH at initial presentation and recommendations for long-term management. Case Presentation A 73-year-old Caucasian woman presented with a year-long history of hyponatremia of “unclear” origin. She had been diagnosed with syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion (SIADH) based on sodium levels of 124–128 mmol/L on different occasions. She was treated initially with fluid restrictions for >10 months with no symptomatic improvement and persistence of chronic hyponatremia.
Clinical studies showed biochemical control with pegvisomant in a high proportion of patients. Which of the following surrogate markers of disease activity should be monitored to best assess treatment response? (A) IGF-1 and GH (B) Neither IGF-1 or GH; clinical response will be sufficient (C) Only IGF-1; GH might be unreliable (D) Only tumor size by MRI 26 J. Brzana et al. 4. Pasireotide is a new somatostatin receptor ligand (somatostatin analogue) with higher affinity for somatostatin receptor type 5.
To review the multimodal approach in the management of Cushing’s disease after failed transsphenoidal surgery: surgical re-exploration and the role of medical treatment. G. P. • S. D. edu J. D. Department of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Clinical Nutrition, Oregon Health & Science University, 3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road, Mail Code BTE28, Portland, OR 97239, USA M. D. F. G. Yedinak et al. Case Presentation A 34 year-old woman initially presented to her primary care physician (PCP) for evaluation of acne, depression, and a reported centrally localized weight gain of 30 lbs incurred over a 2-year period.
A Case-Based Guide to Clinical Endocrinology by Terry F. Davies