Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0081p468 | Thyroid | ECE2022

From hyper to hypothyroidism: pitfalls in graves’ disease following DRESS syndrome

Ines Alexandre Maria , Queiros Catarina , Gomes Ana

Background: Drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms (DRESS) syndrome is an uncommon severe systemic hypersensitivity drug reaction. Several studies have described the occurrence of newly developed endocrine autoimmune diseases following DRESS syndrome resolution. However, little attention has been paid by endocrinologists to this disorder. Here, we report a case of a patient with GravesÂ’ disease following DRESS syndrome.Clinical case: ...

ea0081ep752 | Pituitary and Neuroendocrinology | ECE2022

Clinical presentation of non-functioning pituitary tumors: the experience at a tertiary care hospital in Portugal

Ines Alexandre Maria , Gomes Ana , Nobre Ema Lacerda , Marques Pedro , Bugalho Maria Joao

Introduction: Clinically non-functioning pituitary tumors (NFPTs) lack clinical or biochemical evidence of pituitary hormone excess. Their clinical presentation is heterogeneous, including mass effect-related symptoms and/or hypopituitarism, or even no symptoms in incidentally-detected NFPTs. We aimed to evaluate the clinical presentation spectrum of NFPTs in a cohort of patients managed at our hospital.Methods: Clinical, demographic, biochemical and ima...

ea0075d11 | Diabetes | EYES2021

Weight gain in gestational diabetes: is there any association with obstetric and perinatal complications?

Cosme Ines , Ines Alexandre Maria , Gomes Ana Coelho , Silvestre Catarina , Pinto Luisa , Bugalho Maria Joao

Background: The effect of maternal weight gain in obstetric and perinatal morbidity in pregnant with gestational diabetes (GD) is not established.Objectives: Evaluation of the impact of weight gain in obstetric and perinatal outcomes in women with GD.Methods: Retrospective study of women with GD between January/2020-March/2021. Weight gain in pregnancy was evaluated by 2009 IOM recommendations, women were divided in 3 groups: exces...