Pituitary Dysfunction after Blast Traumatic Brain Injury: The UK BIOSAP Study

@article{Baxter2013PituitaryDA,
  title={Pituitary Dysfunction after Blast Traumatic Brain Injury: The UK BIOSAP Study},
  author={David Baxter and David J. Sharp and Claire Feeney and Debbie Papadopoulou and Timothy E. Ham and Sagar Ramesh Jilka and Peter J Hellyer and Maneesh C. Patel and Alexander N. Bennett and Alan Mistlin and Emer McGilloway and Mark J. Midwinter and Anthony P. Goldstone},
  journal={Annals of Neurology},
  year={2013},
  volume={74},
  pages={527 - 536}
}
  • David Baxter, David J. Sharp, +10 authors Anthony P. Goldstone
  • Published 2013
  • Medicine
  • Annals of Neurology
  • Objective Pituitary dysfunction is a recognized consequence of traumatic brain injury (TBI) that causes cognitive, psychological, and metabolic impairment. Hormone replacement offers a therapeutic opportunity. Blast TBI (bTBI) from improvised explosive devices is commonly seen in soldiers returning from recent conflicts. We investigated: (1) the prevalence and consequences of pituitary dysfunction following moderate to severe bTBI and (2) whether it is associated with particular patterns of… CONTINUE READING

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