Your search for ischemic disease returned 25 results

Your search for ischemic disease returned 25 results

Sort Results:

Relevant Recent

Sellar masses (SMs) are adenoma bodies that are typically located on or around the pituitary gland, specifically near the sella turcica. Pituitary adenomas (PAs) account for the vast majority of SMs and are subdivided into nonfunctioning adenomas (NFAs) or functioning adenomas.

TSHomas are a rare cause of hyperthyroidism. Unlike primary hyperthyroidism, where TSH levels are low or undetectable, TSHomas cause central, or secondary, hyperthyroidism. In addition to inappropriate secretion of TSH, TSHomas may cause hypersecretion of the pituitary hormones, growth hormone (GH), and prolactin (PL).

History & Epidemiology of Pheochromocytoma Pheochromocytoma is a rare neuroendocrine disorder in which a tumor grows from chromaffin cells within the adrenal medulla of the adrenal glands.1 This tumor causes the continuous overproduction of epinephrine and norepinephrine, which, if left without pheochromocytoma treatment, can lead to severe or life-threatening damage to other body systems.2 Extra-adrenal…

History Historically, gout was seen in individuals with access to an abundance of protein-rich food and alcohol, leading scholars to coin the phrase “arthritis of the rich” to describe gout. Monarchs, who often indulged in feasts served with wine and beer, would be the highest risk group for developing gout, which led to other colloquialisms…