Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0070aep106 | Adrenal and Cardiovascular Endocrinology | ECE2020

Study of effect of whitening creams on serum basal cortisol level in egyptian females

Khairy Hany , Eid Yara , Zaky Iman , Samy Merhan , Omar Mohammed

Background: Topical corticosteroids (TCs) are widely used as depigmenting agents alone or in combination with other fairness creams. However, its use may cause secondary adrenocortical insufficiency.Objective: The aim of the present study is to evaluate the relationship between practice of whitening creams (Topical Corticosteroids) and serum cortisol level in a sample of healthy females at Ain- shams University hospital.Methods: We...

ea0073aep259 | Diabetes, Obesity, Metabolism and Nutrition | ECE2021

Clinical and immunological profile of newly diagnosed diabetic patients in a cohort of young adults of national hepatitis C Virus survey in Egypt

Hendawy Laila , Halawa Mohamed , Eid Yara , Elhalawany Salah , Hegab Ahmed

BackgroundType 2 diabetes has traditionally been considered a disease affecting older age groups. In recent years, however, Type 2 diabetes has become increasingly common in children, adolescents and young adults.Aim of the workTo estimate the prevalence of T2D among a sample of Egyptian youth aged (18–30) and to highlight the challenges in differentiating T1D from T2D in early onset diabetes depending o...

ea0041gp80 | Diabetes (1) | ECE2016

Study of serum fetuin-A in male patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus: association with insulin resistance and possible role of metformin therapy

Mahdy Maram , Shereba Nermin , Ahmed Iman , Abdelsalam Mona , Eid Yara , Mansour Hany

Type 1 diabetes mellitus (DM) is a multi system disease with both biochemical and anatomic/structural consequences. A number of components of the metabolic syndrome may be observed in patients with type 1 diabetes. It was suggested that treating obese adolescents with insulin resistance using metformin is an option for patients without response to traditional lifestyle change. It was reported that fetuin-A could inhibit insulin receptor tyrosine kinase activity and induced a l...

ea0077lb59 | Late Breaking | SFEBES2021

Study of the efficacy of sublingual route administration of levothyroxine Na nablets vs oral route in cases with refractory primary hypothyroidism

Nesim Mina Michael , Eid Yara Mohamed , Abu Shady Manal Mohamed , El Halawany Salah Huessein , Gehad Soliman El Shamy

Background: Hypothyroidism is a common disorder, with a prevalence of approximately 5% and incidence of approximately 250/100,000 per year in the adult population, but both prevalence and incidence keep raising. Refractory hypothyroidism is defined by persistent TSH increase despite the administration of supra physiological weight-based dose of levothyroxine, which is usually >1.9ug/kg/d in patients with primary hypothyroidism.Aim of the Work: To com...

ea0073aep720 | Thyroid | ECE2021

Post covid-19 myxedema a case report

Naser Islam , Abushady Manal , Eid Yara , El Halawany Salah , Nesim Mina , Amir Marina , Eldepp Mona , Talaat Amany , Girgis Diana , Mahmoud Riham , Adel Mena

A 65 year old female presented to ER with progressive massive lower limb oedema and dyspnea on mild exertion of insidious onset. The patient started to complain of progressive lower limb oedema shortly after her discharge from Hospital ICU in June 2020 where she was being treated for severe COVID-19. She presented then with acute kidney injury, generalized oedema and was diagnosed with COVID-19 based on clinical, laboratory criteria, PCR, and CT findings. She is a known patien...