ea0020p317 | Clinical case reports and clinical reports | ECE2009
, Lizarraga Aitzol
, Egana Nerea
, Ibarrola Rafael
, Gorostiaga Alvaro
In postmenopausal women with clinical hyperandrogenism Cushings syndrome and adrenal/ovarian neoplasms must be excluded, but radiological and biochemical studies are not always useful for localizing the source of androgens.Case 1: A 75-year-old woman developed alopecia and progressive hair growth on the chest and abdomen over 4 months. Five years before a successful parathyroidectomy had been carried out. Hormonal evaluation: Testosterone (T): 5.84...