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ea0035p241 | Clinical case reports Pituitary/Adrenal | ECE2014

Malignant feminising adrenal tumor without gynecomastia

Chentli Farida , Zellagui Hadjer

Introduction: Malignant feminizing adrenal tumors are very rare occurring generally in men. The lack of gynecomastia is even rarer in those tumor secreting estrogens alone, or with other adrenal hormones especially cortisol as in the following case.Case report: A male aged 44, consulted in May 2012 for abdominal pain. Radiological assessment discovered a large tumor measuring 120×95 mm located in the left adrenal with numerous metastases (pulmonary,...

ea0032p261 | Clinical case reports – Pituitary/Adrenal | ECE2013

Baraitser Winter’s syndrome and GH deficiency

Zellagui Hadjer , Chentli Farida

Introduction: Baraitser–Winter syndrome (BWS) is a rare brain malformation leading to droopy eyelids and intellectual disabilities. This syndrome, first reported in 1988, is probably due to genetic abnormalities that are still not well defined, although eight gene abnormalities are already discovered and de novo missense changes in the cytoplasmic actin-encoding genes ACTB and ACTG1 have been recently discovered (Riviere Nature Genetic 2012). The syndrome combine...

ea0035p962 | Thyroid (non-cancer) | ECE2014

Female cardiothyrosis

Chentli Farida , Haddad Meriem , Yaker Amal Fetta , Zellagui Hadjer , Daffeur Katia

Introduction: Cardiothyreosis is a severe and most frequent heart complication due to hyperthyroidism. It includes severe arrhythmias, heart insufficiency or heart coronary insufficiency ± atrial ventricular block, or pulmonary hypertension.Our aim was to study cardiothyreosis frequency in females, its incidence, its causes, and its response to radical treatment.Subjects and methods: It is a retro-and prospective study which a...

ea0035p1075 | Thyroid (non-cancer) | ECE2014

Cardiothyreosis in female with overt hyperthyroidism

Haddad Meriem , Yaker Amel Fetta , Zellagui Hadjer , Daffeur Katia , Chentli Farida

Introduction: Cardiothyreosis (CT) is the most frequent and dangerous complication of hyperthyroidism (HT). It is defined as an association of HT with severe heart abnormalities such: rhythmic troubles, heart and/or coronary insufficiency, atrio-ventricular block, and arterial pulmonary hypertension.Our aim was to study its frequency, in Algerian population, analyze its profile and its response to radical treatment.Materials and me...