Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0035p686 | Male reproduction | ECE2014

Semen quality in patients with newly diagnosed non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Peros Kristijan , Milotic Dubravka Majic , Piljac Ante , Stakor Mia Sunjic , Alebic Miro Simun , Zmire Josip

Objective: To analyse the semen quality in patients with newly diagnosed non-Hodgkin lymphoma before starting the treatment.Materials and methods: We evaluated semen quality in 29 patients with non-Hodgkin lymphoma who underwent sperm banking in our clinic over a 9-year period. Semen samples were collected by masturbation after 2–7 days of sexual abstinence. Age at banking, semen volume, sperm concentration, and total and progressive sperm motility ...

ea0026p414 | Thyroid (non cancer) | ECE2011

Does levothyroxine plus thyrostatic drug titrated individually offer better control of hyperthyreoidism than thyrostatic alone?

Zmire Josip , Peros Kristijan , Kljajic Kristina , Martinac Kresimir , Colak Boze , Lovrencic Marijana Vucic , Sokolic Lea

In order to compare effects of treatment in hyperthyroid patients treated with thyrostatic drug alone and those treated with thyrostatic plus levothyroxine we reviewed data from 60 consecutive patients attending our outpatient clinic. 27 patients, 25 ♀ and 2 ♂, aged 27–68 years were treated with thyrostatic drug alone, while 33 patients, 31 ♀ and 2 ♂, aged 19–88 years received thyrostatic plus levothyroxine. Number of remissions was greate...

ea0022p817 | Thyroid | ECE2010

Nonthyroidal illness in pregnancy

Zmire Josip , Peros Kristijan , Martinac Kresimir , Colak Boze , Kljajic Kristina , Sokolic Lea

We retrospectively collected data from 62 pregnant females who were followed for hyperthyroidism (n=17), hypothyroidism (n=21), euthyroid Hashimoto’s thyroiditis (n=9), and simple goitre and other non-autoimmune thyroid diseases (n=15).Among them 33 showed at least once during pregnancy low FT4, or low FT3 and FT4 in total on 74 occasions. Low FT4 was found on 15, low FT3 on 15 and low FT<s...

ea0016p736 | Thyroid | ECE2008

Evolution of thyroid autonomy in iodine sufficient environment

Zmire Josip , Martinac Kresimir , Peros Kristijan , Kljajic Kristina , Colak Bozo , Sokolic Lea

Last 10 years, we are living in iodine sufficient environment. To clarify natural course of thyroid autonomy in this conditions, we investigated 100 consecutive patients in last three months – 93 female and 7 male aged 19–86 years. Included were patients with scans showing thyroid autonomy, and patients with nodular or diffuse goiter with low or suppressed TSH. We followed them from their first visit. Thirty patients were hyperthyroid – one spontaneously cured, ...