Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0022p87 | Bone/Calcium | ECE2010

Asymptomatic primary hyperparathyroidism: current indications for final solution

Siprova Helena , Frysak Zdenek

Primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPT) belongs to the most common endocrine disorders. It is increasingly reported in patients without any symptoms and hypercalcemia. In the 3rd international workshop on asymptomatic PHPT (Orlando 2008) the normocalcemic PHPT was recognised as a stand-alone entity that needs more attention.Aim: The purpose of this study is to analyse data from patients with normocalcemic asymptomatic PHPT and to create an effective source da...

ea0032p171 | Calcium and Vitamin D metabolism | ECE2013

Could PHPT be diagnosed at early stages even more frequently?

Siprova Helena , Sipr Kvetoslav , Frysak Zdenek

Primary hyperthyroidism (PHPT) is one of the diseases which are usually diagnosed in asymptomatic period nowadays. Even though considerable success was achieved, in some cases PHPT is not found out before complications were developed. A prospective study focuses on diagnostics and therapy of PHPT has been in progress at two tertiary centers of endocrinology in the Czech Republic since January 1st, 2007, with early diagnosis of PHPT being one of its aims. In a 6-year period, th...

ea0026p508 | Bone/calcium/Vitamin D | ECE2011

The diseases which are associated with asymptomatic primary hyperparathyroidism as an aid and obstacle for early diagnosis of the disease, especially arterial hypertension and malignancy

Siprova Helena , Frysak Zdenek , Sipr Kvetoslav

Best of all, the primary hyperparathyroidism (PHPT) should already be disclosed in the asymptomatic stage. The authors of this contribution are participating in a longitudinal study, which is focused on several aspects of asymptomatic PHPT. The study has been in progress in the Czech Republic at the two tertiary endocrinology centers. Previously we had attempted to verify the assumption that the presence of a chronic disease results in more frequent contact of the patient with...

ea0035p884 | Pituitary Clinical (<emphasis role="italic">Generously supported by IPSEN</emphasis>) | ECE2014

Register of sellar tumors: RESET: diagnostics and therapy of acromegaly in Czech and Slovak Republics

Hana Vaclav , Svancara Jan , Bandurova Lubomira , Brabec Petr , Cap Jan , Durovcova Viktoria , Dvorakova Eva , Hana Vaclav , Jarkovska Zuzana , Kentos Peter , Klimes Daniel , Krcma Michal , Krsek Michal , Lazurova Ivica , Olsovska Vera , Podoba Jan , Pura Mikulas , Sasikova Michaela , Stary Karel , Strenkova Jana , Siprova Helena , Steno Juraj , Trejbalova Ludmila , Vanuga Peter , Wagnerova Hedviga , Weiss Vladimir , Zeman Dalibor , Dusek Ladislav , Marek Josef

Acromegaly is usually diagnosed after several years of duration. The multimodal therapy – surgery, radiotherpy, pharmacotherapy – is necessary in the majority of patients. Register of sellar tumors (RESET) collecting data of patients from eight tertiary centers in the Czech and Slovak Republics since the year 2000 was established in 2008.Aim of analysis: Evaluation of diagnostics of acromegaly and effectiveness of its treatment in a daily pract...