Chief Cushie ~MaryO~ Posted July 11, 2008 Chief Cushie Report Share Posted July 11, 2008 I'm not sure that English is the first language here: http://answerofdisease.blogspot.com/2008/0...easons-for.html Thursday, July 10, 2008 Cushing's syndrome caused by the reasons for which? The obese patients the industry more, but careful observation, will find some fat and the fat is not ordinary, he (she) were particularly large belly, limbs, but it , face particular park, cheeks red and greasy, Of the "spots" of age has the look of a long Doudou, particularly bushy hair, a time when very low, in the forehead, next to Bin also has some details of long hair, there are often hand ringworm and tinea pedis. These people had to be called a "Cushing syndrome" of the disease. Cushing disease also known as the Cushing syndrome, is due in glucocorticoid caused by too much, mainly to the cardiac clinical obesity, one month after face, buffalo back, and more blood quality, more hair, acne, etc., in addition, Patients in the abdomen and thighs can also be found on the vertical distribution of roughly a wide diamond-shaped purple stripes, Wen called Purple, menstrual disorders, hypertension, osteoporosis is not uncommon to be accompanied by a small number of androgen, mineralocorticoid, PRL, ACTH (a sugar Stone to promote the hormone secretion of hormones) too many points Qi's performance, such as masculine, electrolyte imbalance, Yiru, pigmentation, and so on. Glucocorticoid secreted by the adrenal gland, the adrenal function and regulation by the pituitary, often from Cushing of adrenal and pituitary adenoma of (or cancer) caused by. Pituitary adenoma long, ACTH secretion increased, making adrenal hyperplasia, excessive secretion of hormones. Adrenal adenoma and cancer will cause increased glucocorticoid. Other rare ectopic ACTH also the cause of SARS and the Qi large number of long-term use of glucocorticoids caused by drug-Cushing's syndrome. Posted by Doctors at 3:59 PM Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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