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2021-04-07 Research Article

Usefulness of salivary cortisol as a marker of secondary adrenal insufficiency in paediatric patients

Laura Capdevila, Ariadna Borràs, Eugenio Berlanga, Judith Sánchez- Manubens, Josefa Rivera and Raquel Corripio*


Background: The main cause of adrenal insufficiency (AI) in paediatric patients is prolonged treatment with corticosteroids. Determination of plasma cortisol (PC) during ACTH test is the most used adrenal function indicator in clinical practice. However, determination of sali...

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2021-03-01 Research Article

Evaluation of endothelial function in obese children and adolescents

Hacer Efnan Melek, Ayça Törel Ergür* and Gökçe Kaan Ataç


Introduction: Obesity defined as increased fatty mass is progressively rising in recently, even though its affects begins to all systems in childhood and adolescence periods, the most important morbidity and mortality reason of obesity is its effects on the cardiovascular sys...

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2021-02-16 Case Report

Papillary thyroid cancer and cervical lymph mode metastases – optimal preoperative evaluation

George H Sakorafas*

Papillary thyroid cancer (PTC) is the most common subtype of thyroid cancer and a highly curable malignancy [1]. However, despite its excellent prognosis, cervical lymph node metastases (CLNMs) are present in a significant percentage of patients with papillary thyroid cancer (PTC) (upto 50% &ndas...

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2021-01-19 Research Article

Association between obesity profile and non-alcoholic fatty liver by race/ethnicity

Martin Galindo, Katrina M Schrode and Magda Shaheen*


NAFLD is characterized by accumulation of fat in the liver that can lead to health complications. Previous studies have found the obesity phenotype and its components to be risk factors for the development of NAFLD. This study aims to examine the relationship between the obes...

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2020-07-27 Case Report

COVID-19 associated hyperthyroidism due to destructive thyrotoxicosis in a young female patient

Zeilberger MS*, Hasmann SE*, Auer MK and Schmidmaier R


SARS-CoV2 can induce multiple immunological and endocrinological changes. We report the case of a COVID-19 associated hyperthyroidism in a young female.

Per definition the patient – because of having given birth six weeks previously - had a postpartum thyroidi...

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2020-05-27 Opinion

Management of gestational diabetes during ‘COVID19 time’

Nicolina Di Biase*


The measures put in place by many governments around the world to fight the spread of COVID-19 have drastically reduced visits to diabetes centres. To keep providing people with diabetes the professional support they need and reduce the inconvenience caused by the interruptio...

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2020-05-21 Research Article

Risk Factors Associated to Patients with Type 2 Diabetes in Lahore District

Snobia Munir*, Samreen Riaz, Tooba Arshad and Aasma Riaz


Our research aimed to check the impact of some significant risk variables on diabetes growth and the specific goal of this study was to evaluate the connection of industrial fields with diabetes risk variables. The current research also informs us about the most important ris...

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2020-04-29 Case Report

Diagnostic imaging in congenital adrenal hyperplasia – how does it help?

Gul Bano*, Claudette Phillips, Sarah Tang, Anup Sharma and Nigel Beharry


The phenotypic manifestation of congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) is variable, and this largely depends on the extent of 21-Hydroxylase enzyme deficiency. In non- classic CAH (NCCAH), the clinical features predominantly reflect the androgen excess rather than adrenal insuff...

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2020-02-28 Review Article

Type 2 diabetes and cancer

Snobia Munir* and Samreen Riaz


Diabetes mellitus increases the possibility of different cancers. Scientists have substantiated the link of diabetes with increased prevalence, augmented progression and improved cancer aggression. Research has strengthened link of diabetes with the colorectal cancer risk amo...

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2019-12-18 Mini Review

Could metabolic risk factors contribute to the development of cervical cancer?

Maydelín Frontela-Noda*, Eduardo Cabrera-Rode, Maite Hernández-Menéndez and Raquel Duran-Bornot


The role of human papillomavirus infection as etiological factor for cervical squamous intraepithelial lesions and cervical cancer is well established. However, the presence of this virus is not sufficient condition for developing of cervical cancer. Currently, the contributi...

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