Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0081p716 | Thyroid | ECE2022

Antenatal thyroid hormone therapy and antithyroid drug use in Norway from 2004 to 2018

Bakken Kjersti , Nermo Kristina , Gunnar Nedrebo Bjorn , IM Korevaar Tim , Strand Tor A.

Thyroid disease during pregnancy is associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes and suboptimal fetal development. During the last decades, guidelines for diagnosing thyroid disease during pregnancy have changed considerably, and there has been increased awareness. This study aimed to describe the prevalence of thyroid disease treatment over time among pregnant women in Norway. We combined historical data from the Medical Birth Registry of Norway and the Norwegian Prescription D...

ea0063p431 | Adrenal and Neuroendocrine Tumours 2 | ECE2019

Residual adrenocortical function in autoimmune addison’s disease: interim results of a cross-sectional study

Saevik AEse Bjorvatn , AEkermann Anna-Karin , Methlie Paal , Gunnar Nedrebo Bjorn , Dahle Anne Lise , Carlsen Siri , Tomkowicz Aneta , Holte Synnove Emblem , Debowska Aleksandra , Sollid Stina Therese , Jorgensen Anders , Nermone Ingrid , Gronning Kaja , Finnes Trine , Grimnes Guri , Hoybye Charlotte , Skov Jakob , Dahlqvist Per , Wahlberg Jeanette , Isaksson Magnus , Quinkler Marcus , Bensing Sophie , Oksnes Marianne , Husebye Eystein

Background: Current dogma states that in autoimmune AddisonÂ’s disease (AAD), all adrenocortical function eventually is lost. Yet growing evidence suggests that a subgroup of patients retain some self-production.Aim: To explore whether residual production of adrenocortical steroids is present in a subgroup of AAD patients.Material and methods: In an open non-randomized cross-sectional study, an interim of 22 AAD patients delive...