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ea0049ep945 | Pituitary - Clinical | ECE2017

Pituitary insufficiency – etiopathogeny and diagnostic aspects

Crista Corina , Hotaran Georgiana

The study group was represented by 155 cases of pituitary insufficiency (age: 37.21±16.05; F/M=116/39) hospitalized in the Clinic of Endocrinology Timişoara during the period 2006–2014. The cases were classified into ethiopatogenic groups, as follows: iatrogenic pituitary insufficiency (23.87%), tumor compression (21.29%), ischemia (14.84%), idiopathic hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (3.87%), congenital pituitary insufficiency (6.45%), empty sella (6.45%), functio...

ea0026p41 | Adrenal cortex | ECE2011

Adrenal insufficiency: etiopathogeny and diagnostic aspects

Crista Corina , Niederl Corina Laura

The diagnosis of the adrenal insufficiency requires complex clinical, laboratory and imagistic investigations. The study group was represented by 59 cases of adrenal insufficiency hospitalized in the Clinic of Endocrinology Timisoara, Romania, during the period 2000–2010 (age=42.10±16.30 years; F/M ratio=43/16). The patients were divided in two groups: primary adrenal insufficiency (42.37%) and secondary adrenal insufficiency (57.63%). In the group of primary adrenal...

ea0020p127 | Thyroid | ECE2009

Chronic autoimmune thyroiditis morpho-functional and immunological aspects

Crista Corina , Zosin Ioana , Marginean Otilia , Micle Ioana

The study group consists of 159 cases of chronic autoimmune thyroiditis (CAT) (age =40.48±15.22 years; F/M=156/3) distributed in 3 groups after the morpho-functional criteria: CAT with goiter – 48.43% cases (F/M=77/0); atrophic CAT – 33.33% cases (F/M=52/1); asymptomatic CAT – 18.24% cases (F/M=27/2). The thyroid ultrasonography allowed the thyroid volume measurement and the evaluation of the parenchyma echogenicity. Most of the cases presented a moderate (...

ea0020p530 | Paediatric Endocrinology | ECE2009

The goiter etiology in children of the south west of Romania

Otilia Marginean , Ioan Simedrea , Marilena Lesovici , Corina Crista

Aim: To study the etiology and the treatment of the non endemic goiter, in our region.Material and methods: The study group consisted of 67 children (F/M: 48/19; age: 4–17 years old) with non endemic goiter admitted in our hospital during the period, 2003–2008. The diagnostic procedures were represented by: the clinical examination (including the anthropometric measures and pubertal stages after Tanner’s criteria), laboratory data (serum c...

ea0022p10 | Adrenal | ECE2010

Cushing's syndrome: screening and diagnosis aspects

Crista Corina , Cismas Anda , Voicu Roxana , Manjunath Nagaraj , Bobu Maria Dana , Nes Bogdan Alin

The diagnosis of Cushing’s syndrome, in the clinical practice, requires investigations necessary for distinguishing it from obesity with reactive hypercorticism and for differentiating its forms.The study group was represented by 85 cases of hypercorticism (hospitalized in the Clinic of Endocrinology Timisoara during the period 2000–2009) divided in two groups: obesity with reactive hypercorticism (81.18%) respectively, Cushing’s syndrome ...