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Export selected to Endnote. During the long course of chronic renal failure, SHP can also transform sometimes into the hypercalcemic state characterized by quasi-autonomous production of Parathyroid Hormone from the parathyroid glands: a disorder that is termed Tertiary Hyperparathyroidism. The clinical consequences of SHP in CKD are protean, encompassing bone and mineral abnormalities but as recently identified, also several metabolic and cardiovascular problems, the most important of which is vascular calcification. There have been several advances in the therapeutic armamentarium available for the treatment of SHP, though clear demonstration of a benefit regarding major clinical outcomes with any of the new agents is still lacking. This narrative review summarizes the current understanding about this disorder and highlights some of the recent research on the subject.
Rebar and William J. Becker, Editor. LEI and CH. All of the chapters have been updated, many have been entirely rewritten, and many deal with completely new topics. Furthermore, additional important information and references have been added up until the very date of printing. We would like to welcome the authors of these chapters, and also the new authors who have updated, extensively revised, or have entirely rewritten chapters on topics that appeared in the last edition. A new section has been added to this textbook: Endocrinology of Critical Illness.
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Diagnosis of subclinical adrenal hypercortisolism is based on several tests of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis to establish mild alterations of cortisol secretion and dysregulated cortisol physiology. Paul M. Paul Robertson, MD, for a three-year term beginning January 1, ; he and his team are now receiving submissions, as of September 3, Read a message from the incoming editor-in-chief. The Endocrine Society provides its journal authors with a variety of tools and tips for increasing the discoverability and citation of their published work. Preparing to submit? We work with American Journal Experts to provide editing, formatting, translation, and figure preparation services.