Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0081p321 | Diabetes, Obesity, Metabolism and Nutrition | ECE2022

Effect of a novel-app based strategy for carbohydrate counting on glucose control in type 1 diabetes

Briganti Silvia Irina , Strollo Rocky , Maggi Daria , Kyanvash Shadi , Lanza Oreste , Manfrini Silvia , Pozzilli Paolo

Background: carbohydrate counting is often performed inaccurately by patients with type 1 diabetes (T1D). We hypothesized that mobile App ‘Dietrometro’, that estimates CHO content of food figures, would ameliorate glucose control.Aim: To study the effect of ‘Dietometro’ on glucose control.Methods: 54 T1D subjects (aged 18-60 years, 26 males), on multiple daily injections (n=23) or continuous subcutaneou...

ea0081ep1049 | Thyroid | ECE2022

Worsening dysphagia and dysphonia: a case report

Rausa Donatella , Briganti Silvia Irina , Rossini Giovanni , Monte Lavinia , Napoli Nicola , Manfrini Silvia

Premise: multinodular goiter and compressive symptoms in the neck could not be necessarily associated.Case-report: A 82-year-old woman diagnosed follicular lymphoma in 2017 reached to the Emergency Department in Agoust 2021 because of a progressive and worsening dysphagia and dysphonia, begun six weeks before. The patient complained a weight loss of about 8 kg due to the inability in feeding. Her medical history was relevant for thyroid goiter, known sin...

ea0063gp20 | Calcium and Bone 1 | ECE2019

Clinical, biochemical and radiological profile of normocalcaemic hyperparathyroidism: a multicentric cross-sectional evaluation

Naciu Anda Mihaela , Tabacco Gaia , Falcone Stefania , Santonati Assunta , Maggi Daria , D'Onofrio Luca , Briganti Silvia Irina , Castellitto Domenico , Casini Alessandro , Pedone Claudio , Fabbri Andrea , Napoli Nicola , Pozzilli Paolo , Manfrini Silvia , Cesareo Roberto , Palermo Andrea

Background: The normocalcaemic hyperparathyroidism (NHPT) has been defined as a condition with persistently normal total and ionized calcium levels in the presence of high levels of PTH. The clinical aspects of NHPT have been evaluated in different cohorts but the interpretation of these findings is confounded by differing methods used to rule out secondary hyperparathyroidism and by the small number of NHPT subjects enrolled. Up to now, there is no information available that ...