Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0032p50 | Adrenal cortex | ECE2013

Oncocytic adrenal carcinoma with production of testosterone and cortisol: case report

Krcma Michal , Dvorakova Eva

We describe case of 29-year woman with no concomitant illneses in her history and with negative family history in sense of adrenal or cancer disease.She came first in February 2012 for secondary hypomenorrhea lasting for 3 months, hirsutism and worsening of acne. Laboratory examination reveals markedly elevated free testosterone (9.6 nmol/l) and slightly elevated morning cortisol (687.4 nmol/l) with almost no suppresion in low dose dexamethasone suppresi...

ea0032p38 | Adrenal cortex | ECE2013

Endosonography-guided fine-needle aspiration biopsy in differential diagnosis of adrenal gland tumours – pilot study

Krcma Michal , Hejda Vaclav , Dvorakova Eva

Introduction: Adrenal incidentaloma is a problem with increasing importance. There are CT-density and washout criteria for distinction between adrenal adenoma and other tumours, there are well established protocol of screening for malignancy and/or hormonal dysfunction. But there remains small portion of atypical adenoma where detailed diagnostic is needed. One relatively new option is endosonography-guided fine-needle aspiration biopsy.Aim: To assess va...

ea0022p840 | Thyroid | ECE2010

Isolated maternal hypothyroxinemia in women with gestational diabetes mellitus and its connection to necessity of insulinotherapy

Krcma Michal , Dvorakova Eva , Cechurova Daniela , Vokurkova Lenka , Rusavy Zdenek

Introduction: Isolated maternal hypothyroxinemia leads to higher prevalence of children autism, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and mild cognitive deficiency. Frequency of hypothyroxinemia among women with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is unclear and routine screening is not well established.Objective: Find prevalence of maternal isolated hypothyroxinemia in women with GDM and assess relations with necessity of insulinotherapy.<p class...

ea0035p884 | Pituitary Clinical (<emphasis role="italic">Generously supported by IPSEN</emphasis>) | ECE2014

Register of sellar tumors: RESET: diagnostics and therapy of acromegaly in Czech and Slovak Republics

Hana Vaclav , Svancara Jan , Bandurova Lubomira , Brabec Petr , Cap Jan , Durovcova Viktoria , Dvorakova Eva , Hana Vaclav , Jarkovska Zuzana , Kentos Peter , Klimes Daniel , Krcma Michal , Krsek Michal , Lazurova Ivica , Olsovska Vera , Podoba Jan , Pura Mikulas , Sasikova Michaela , Stary Karel , Strenkova Jana , Siprova Helena , Steno Juraj , Trejbalova Ludmila , Vanuga Peter , Wagnerova Hedviga , Weiss Vladimir , Zeman Dalibor , Dusek Ladislav , Marek Josef

Acromegaly is usually diagnosed after several years of duration. The multimodal therapy – surgery, radiotherpy, pharmacotherapy – is necessary in the majority of patients. Register of sellar tumors (RESET) collecting data of patients from eight tertiary centers in the Czech and Slovak Republics since the year 2000 was established in 2008.Aim of analysis: Evaluation of diagnostics of acromegaly and effectiveness of its treatment in a daily pract...