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Ectopic acromegaly is a very rare clinical entity occurring in less than 1% of acromegalic patients. In most cases it is caused by GHRH or rarely GH-secreting neoplasms. Even rarer are ectopic pituitary adenomas located in the sphenoid sinus or nasopharynx that originate from pituitary remnants in the craniopharyngeal duct. This dissertation presents the(More)
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVE This study aims at answering what are the differences in socio-demographic status of patients with type 2 diabetes living in the city and the countryside and what is the impact of a place of residence on the level of metabolic control, the incidence of complications of diabetes and quality of life (QoL). MATERIALS AND METHODS(More)
Acromegaly often involves the presence of different pathologies of the thyroid gland. Long-lasting stimulation of the follicular epithelium by growth hormone (GH) and insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) can cause disorders in thyroid function, an increase in its mass and the development of goitre. Acromegalic patients present most frequently with non-toxic(More)
Autoimmune polyglandular syndromes (APS) are the conditions characterized by coexistence of at least two organ-specific endocrine autoimmune disorders. The syndromes often coexist with connective tissue diseases with the presence non-organ specific antibodies. The aim of the study was to present two clinical cases of polymyositis and dermatomyositis in the(More)
INTRODUCTION Crooke's corticotropinomas are the unique cause of Cushing's disease. The majority of them are aggressive macroadenomas, refractory to conventional therapy, with a high recurrence rate. The aim of the study was the presentation, in relation to data from the literature, of a case of a patient with ACTH-dependent Cushing's syndrome caused by(More)
Peripheral blood lymphocytes from 8 patients with B-derived chronic lymphocytic leukaemia were stimulated by Staphylococcus aureus bacteria strain Cowan 1 with T cell mitogens PHA or PWM in 5-7 day suspension cultures. For the first group of patients proliferation and maturation tests were performed on T cell enriched and T cell depleted subpopulations,(More)