[A case of non-Cushingoid Cushing's syndrome].


A 42-year-old female was admitted to our hospital with a chief complaint of hypertension. Endocrinologically, the plasma cortisol level was increased, but its diurnal rhythm had disappeared and the plasma cortisol level was not suppressed by dexamethasone loading at 2 mg or 8 mg. The plasma ACTH level was low. Computerized tomographic scan, echography and… (More)


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