Eirini I Bimpaki

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CONTEXT Massive macronodular adrenocortical disease or ACTH-independent macronodular adrenal hyperplasia (AIMAH) is a clinically and genetically heterogeneous disorder. OBJECTIVE AND DESIGN(More)
Prolactinomas are rare tumors in prepubertal children. A prolactinoma in a young child may be due to sequence variants in genes that are known to cause these tumors ( MEN1, PRKAR1A, AIP). An(More)
CONTEXT Bilateral adrenal hyperplasias (BAHs) may be caused by mutations of genes that code for molecules that participate in cAMP signaling. Little is known about cAMP signaling in adrenal lesions(More)
CONTEXT The overwhelming majority of benign lesions of the adrenal cortex leading to Cushing syndrome are linked to one or another abnormality of the cAMP or protein kinase pathway.(More)
Pediatric Cushing disease (CD) often presents with short stature, but we have observed significant inter-individual variability in the growth delay caused by endogenous hypercortisolism.(More)