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Hypothalamic Diseases

 
 
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Disease relevance of Hypothalamic Diseases

 

High impact information on Hypothalamic Diseases

  • The defect in ACTH secretion was apparently due to intrinsic pituitary rather than hypothalamic disease, because administration of lysine vasopressin did not stimulate ACTH release [6].
  • It was not possible to differentiate patients as having pituitary or hypothalamic disease based solely on the TRH test results [7].
  • This may be due to NTI per se, drugs administered for treatment of NTI, or associated pituitary or hypothalamic disease; the latter consideration may require evaluation of cortisol reserve, PRL, and/or gonadotropins [8].
  • If this were the case, the dynamics of PRL secretion in this instance would be similar to those in patients with stalk section, dopamine deficiency, or hypothalamic disease [9].
  • There was no systematic increase in ob-expression in obese children with hypothalamic disease compared to their healthy brothers and sisters [10].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of Hypothalamic Diseases

 

Gene context of Hypothalamic Diseases

  • OBJECTIVE: Insulin-induced hypoglycaemia is the standard method for assessment of the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis of patients with pituitary or hypothalamic disease [13].
  • These are the transient DI syndromes due either to subclinical hypothalamic disease or to a disorder peculiar to pregnancy which is AVP-resistant but dDAVP-responsive; the latter analogue resists degradation by vasopressinase [14].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Hypothalamic Diseases

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