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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...