Adrenal Disorders

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Review
Review
03/09/2022
Incidental adrenal tumors are common but are most often asymptomatic. The challenge for primary care providers is to determine the hormone secretion status and malignancy potential. This article outlines...
03/09/2022
Cancer
Cancer
10/04/2021
Approximately 2.5% of adrenal masses represent metastatic disease, and 5% are adrenocortical carcinoma (ACC). Given the poor prognosis associated with ACC, early diagnosis and curative resection are...
10/04/2021
adrenal insufficiency
adrenal insufficiency
09/09/2021
How well do you know the Endocrine Society's clinical practice guideline for primary adrenal insufficiency? Test your knowledge in our latest quiz.
09/09/2021

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adrenal insufficiency
adrenal insufficiency
09/09/2021
How well do you know the Endocrine Society's clinical practice guideline for primary adrenal insufficiency? Test your knowledge in our latest quiz.
09/09/2021
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
01/17/2020
How well do you know the Endocrine Society's clinical practice guideline on the management of primary aldosteronism? Test your knowledge in our latest quiz.
01/17/2020

Clinical Insights

adrenal insufficiency
adrenal insufficiency
07/14/2021
Baha M. Arafah, MD, answers our questions about his recent study, which calls into question current practice of administering excessive hydrocortisone supplementation among patients with adrenal...
07/14/2021
Adrenal Disorders
Phyllis Speiser, MD
Adrenal Disorders
01/22/2020
Dr Speiser answers our questions about the Endocrine Society’s 2018 clinical practice guideline for congenital adrenal hyperplasia due to steroid 21-hydroxylase deficiency.
01/22/2020
Cardiometabolic Risk
Rashmi Roy, MD
Cardiometabolic Risk
06/23/2016
Rashmi Roy, MD, FACS, endocrine surgeon for the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro, outlines how adrenal tumors can cause patients to display symptoms of hypertension and diabetes.
06/23/2016