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endocrinology lithiasis renal

G Crouzeix, V Kerlan
Today, primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPT) is frequently diagnosed at an asymptomatic stage. New international guidelines presented at the Endocrine Society congress update the management of this disease. Normocalcemic PHPT is part of the diagnostic spectrum of PHPT, its natural history is poorly known, and monitoring is proposed once secondary HPT has been eliminated. Bone involvement, classically predominant in cortical bone, also affects trabecular bone. Osteodensitometry is poorly effective at the vertebral level and new methods (trabecular bone score [TBS], vertebral fracture assessment [VFA]) should improve the assessment of the risk of fracture...
October 2014: Annales D'endocrinologie
Robert Pichler, Christoph Stelzer, Jörg Berg, Carl Holzinger, Katja Martina Eckl, Hans Christian Hennies, Josef Auböck
A 56 year old man presented with ichthyosis vulgaris since early childhood, clinically characterised by fine scaling of the trunk and hyperkeratotic scales on the exterior surfaces of the upper and lower extremities. The patient also showed hypothyroidism due to hypoplastic thyroid, cataract, hypercholesterinemia with concommitant arcus cornealis and biliary concrements. Renal lithiasis caused by calcio-oxalate was additionally present. Endocrinological screening revealed growth hormone deficiency in the 1...
June 2005: Archives of Dermatological Research
J L Turabián, V Gutiérrez
OBJECTIVE: To study the variation in the frequencies of chronic illnesses in Primary Care between 1985 and 1995. DESIGN: A repeated crossover study, carried out with the same information-gathering procedures in two periods 10 years apart. SETTING: A Family Medicine clinic at a Health Centre. PATIENTS: Frequencies of chronic illnesses, obesity and tobacco addiction in 1,677 patients who attended a Family Medicine clinic between September 1994 and August 1995, were collected...
June 30, 1996: Atencion Primaria
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