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ea0067gp4 | Poster Presentations | EYES2019

A case of a MEN2A syndrome with relapsed medullary thyroid carcinoma and primary hyperparathyroidism but no pheochromocitoma

Iancu Dana-Larisa , Dragomir Adina Simona

Background: 55 year-old male is admitted in 2019 to the hospital for relapsed MEN syndrome.Case report: The pacient first presented to the hospital in march 2012 acusing dysphonia. He was diagnosed with vocal cord paralysis due to locoregional extension of MTC, based on the ultrasound aspect, calcitonin >2000 pg/mL, chromogranin=123 ng/mL and also with primary hyperparathyroidism due to right lower parathyroid adenoma (hypercalcemia=12.8 mg/dl, PTH=2...

ea0037ep1184 | Clinical Cases–Pituitary/Adrenal | ECE2015

Psychotropic medication – endocrine consequences

Taujan Georgiana Cristina , Paun Diana Loreta , Nistor Mihaela , Dumitru Alina Maria , Dragomir Adina Simona , Dumitrache Constantin

Given the increasing incidence in psychiatric pathology, adverse reactions of psychotropic medications, especially the metabolic and endocrine side effects, are encountered more frequently in clinical practice. We present the cases of two female patients with psychiatric pathology, in whom the specific treatment was accompanied by significant endocrine adverse reactions, making the tumoural differential diagnosis very difficult. The first case is of a patient aged 61 years, kn...

ea0022p146 | Cardiovascular endocrinology and lipid metabolism | ECE2010

Acromegaly and endothelial dysfunction: is there any relation between?

Dragomir Adina Simona , Badiu Corin , Popescu Irina , Ghemigean Adina , Boanta Catalina , Dumitrache Constantin

Objectives: Endothelial dysfunction has been described as a predictor of cardiovascular complications. Most important cause for early mortality in acromegaly is cardiovascular involvement, cut-off nadir GH <2.5 ng/ml predicting longer survival The aim of our study was to determine the correlations between endothelial dysfunction and GH oversecretion, associated or not with other cardiovascular risk factors.Design and method: Cross-sectional study inc...

ea0056ep129 | Pituitary and Neuroendocrinology | ECE2018

Adult onset hypopituitarism – a surprising diagnosis in a postmenopausal women

Taujan Georgiana Cristina , Dragomir Adina Simona , Olaru Maria , Dumitru Alina Maria

Adult-onset hypopituitarism is a frequently delayed diagnosis because of the insidious debut and non-specific symptoms, frequently attributed to normal aging or many other pathologies - fatigue, malaise, cognitive impairment, decreased libido. Left untreated, it can have severe consequences with vital impact.Case-report: We present the case of a female patient, aged 69, who was initially addressed for evaluation of hypercalcemia. She had had four live bi...

ea0073aep603 | Reproductive and Developmental Endocrinology | ECE2021

Swyer Syndrome, 46, XY complete gonadal dysgenesis in a patient with spontaneous menarche

Geru Dana Geru , Dumitru Alina Maria , Taujan Georgiana Taujan , Dragomir Adina Simona

46, XY complete gonadal dysgenesis, also known as Swyer Syndrome, is characterized by the presence of normal female external genitalia at birth, late puberty and primary amenorrhea. Spontaneous menses (due to hormone-secreting tumor) and breasts development occur in rare cases. With proper hormonal substitution, patients could carry pregnancies achieved through IVF with donor oocytes.Case presentationFemale patient, aged 22, addres...