Can early clinical parameters predict post-traumatic pituitary dysfunction in severe traumatic brain injury?

@article{Nemes2016CanEC,
  title={Can early clinical parameters predict post-traumatic pituitary dysfunction in severe traumatic brain injury?},
  author={Orsolya Nemes and No{\'e}mi Zsuzsanna Kov{\'a}cs and Sz. Szujo and Be{\'a}ta B{\'o}dis and L{\'a}szl{\'o} Bajnok and Andr{\`a}s Buki and Tam{\'a}s P. D{\'o}czi and Endre Czeiter and Emese Mezősi},
  journal={Acta Neurochirurgica},
  year={2016},
  volume={158},
  pages={2347-2353}
}
BackgroundPost-traumatic hypopituitarism is a major complication after severe head trauma. The aim of our study was to evaluate the possible role of early clinical parameters in the development of endocrine deficits.MethodsData on endocrine function, on-admission clinical-, laboratory-, and ICU-monitored parameters were available in 63 patients of the surviving 86 severe head injury patients (post-resuscitation GCS under 8) treated at one neurosurgical center during a 10-year period… CONTINUE READING
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