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Simmonds' Disease. A Clinical Study with Review of the Literature; Differentiation from Anorexia Nervosa by Statistical Analysis of 595 Cases, 101 of Which Were Proved Pathologically1
The historical sequence in the development of knowledge concerning a disease usually follows a fairly constant pattern. First an author of exceptional discernment reports one or several cases with aExpand
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HYPOPHYSECTOMY IN CUSHING'S DISEASE
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Adrenal cortical tumor causing hirsutism without other evidence of virilization.
CASE HISTORY A well developed 28-year-old brunette female came to the Endocrine Clinic in 1947, complaining of an extreme degree of hirsutism of fourteen years' duration. The patient's ancestry wasExpand
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The syndrome of congenitally aplastic ovaries with sexual infantilism, high urinary gonadotropins, short stature and other congenital abnormalities; tabular presentation of 25 previously unpublished
IN 1938, Turner (7) reported 10 instances of a new syndrome, confined to females, and characterized by sexual infantilism, short stature, webbing of the neck, and cubitus valgus. This was the firstExpand
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LAURENCE-MOON-BIEDL SYNDROME
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Female pseudohermaphrodism with penile urethra, masquerading as precocious puberty and cryptorchidism; case report.
Female pseudohermaphrodism is characterized by varying degrees of masculinization of wolffian and mullerian derivatives, present at birth, in a gonadal female. Subsequently, other somatic andExpand
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A CASE OF ADRENAL CORTICAL TUMOR IN AN ADULT MALE CAUSING GYNECOMASTIA AND LACTATION
Adrenal cortical tumors in the adult male producing endocrine disturbances are rare. The privilege of recording another case, not my own, is due to courteous permission granted by the CommandingExpand
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INTERNAL MYXEDEMA; REPORT OF A CASE SHOWING ASCITES, CARDIAC, INTESTINAL AND BLADDER ATONY, MENORRHAGIA, SECONDARY ANEMIA AND ASSOCIATED CAROTINEMIA
Excerpt The classical picture resulting from diminished thyroid activity has long been recognized. But the fact that this endocrinopathy is generalized, involving the internal organs as well as the...
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Treatment of posttraumatic Simmonds' disease with methyl testosterone linguets.
IN 1942 Escamilla and Lisser (3) published a clinical study of Simmonds's disease including a statistical analysis of 595 cases, 101 of which were proved pathologically. A multiplicity of synonymsExpand
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