Sleep EEG stages and plasma growth hormone concentration in states of endogenous and exogenous hypercortisolemia or ACTH elevation.

@article{Krieger1974SleepES,
  title={Sleep EEG stages and plasma growth hormone concentration in states of endogenous and exogenous hypercortisolemia or ACTH elevation.},
  author={Dorothy T. Krieger and Seymour M. Glick},
  journal={The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism},
  year={1974},
  volume={39 6},
  pages={
          986-1000
        }
}
ABSTRACT Nocturnal sleep EEG stages and concomitant plasma growth hormone (GH) and cortisol concentrations were examined in subjects with endogenous or exogenous elevation of plasma corticosteroid or ACTH concentrations, and in patients with hypothalamic tumors. These studies were designed to determine whether central nervous system (CNS) function was uniquely altered in Cushing's disease, independent of the effects of hypercortisolemia per se. Marked reductions of sleep EEG stages III-IV and… CONTINUE READING

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