Adrenal Disorders by Andrew N. MargiorisAdrenal Disorders by Andrew N. Margioris

Adrenal Disorders

EditorAndrew N. Margioris, George P. Chrousos

Paperback | November 9, 2010

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In Adrenal Disorders, a panel of distinguished physicians and researchers select the most relevant new findings and integrate them into the existing body of clinical knowledge on adrenal pathologies. The book includes important reviews of disturbances in cortisol homeostasis, and new concepts regarding adrenal tumors and hereditary adrenal diseases. Also discussed are mineralocorticoids and the syndromes of mineralocortoid excess and aldosterone synthase deficiency. Authoritative and insightful, Adrenal Disorders provides physicians and scientists with a comprehensive, state-of-the-art practical guide to the devastating diseases of the adrenals that are so often difficult to diagnose and treat.
Title:Adrenal DisordersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:437 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.03 inPublished:November 9, 2010Publisher:Humana PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1617370290

ISBN - 13:9781617370298

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Table of Contents

Part I. The Adrenal Gland: PhysiologyOntogeny of the Hypothalamo-Pituitary-Adrenal AxisMichel Grino, Nadia Dakine, Odile Paulmyer-Lacroix, and Charles OliverAdrenal Organogenesis and Steroidogenesis: Role of Nuclear Nuclear Receptor Steroidogenic Factor-1, DAX-1, and Estrogen ReceptorMeera S. RamayyaReappraisal of Adrenal Zonation Theories Based on the Differential Regulation of Apoptosis, G. W. Wolkersdörfer and Stefan R. BornsteinPharmacology of Glucocorticoids: An OverviewAchille Gravanis and Andrew N. MargiorisGlucocorticoid Catabolism and the 11_-Hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase SystemJonathan R. SecklAndrogens of Adrenal OriginGeorge Mastorakos and Anthony G. DoufasStructure, Function, and Regulated Expression of the Steroidogenic Acute Regulatory (StAR) Protein: Molecular Insights into the Acute Seroidogenic Response of the Adrenals and Gonads to Trophic StimulationCaleb B. Kallen, Futoshi Arakane, Teruo Sugawara, Marianthi Kiriakidou, Staci E. Pollack, Hidemichi Watari, Lane K. Christenson, Michiko Watari, and Jerome F. Strauss IIIRegulation of Adrenocortical Function by the Sympathoadrenal System: Physiology and PathologyMonika Ehrhart-Bornstein and Stefan R. BornsteinInterleukin (IL)-1 Family of Cytokines and Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone (CRH) in the Adrenal GlandAndrew N. Margioris, Erene Dermitzaki, Maria Venihaki, and Achille GravanisPart II. The Adrenal Gland: PathophysiologyOverview of Hyper- and HypocortisolismW.W. de Herder and S.W.J. LambertACTH Resistance, Constantine Tsigos. Syndromes of Ectopic ACTH Secretion: Recent Pathophysiological AspectsYves de Keyzer, Marie Laure Raffin-Sanson, Agnés Picon, and Xavier BertagnaClinical Presentations and Diagnosis of Cushing's SyndromeAndrew N. Margioris and George P. ChrousosThe Desmopressin Test: A New Tool in the Functional Evaluation of the Pituitary-Adrenal Axis Patients with Cushing's SyndromeS. Tsagarakis and N. ThalassinosPseudoCushing SyndromesTheodore FriedmanAdrenocortical Tumors and OncogenesMartin ReinckeManagement of Adrenal CancerDavid E. Schteingart and Dominic HomanAdrenal IncidentalomasBruno AllolioCongenital Adrenal Hyperplasia: 21-Hydroylase DeficiencyMaria I. NewSteroid 11_-Hydroxylase DeficiencyPerrin C. WhiteMicronodular Adrenal Disease and the Syndrome of Myxomas, Spotty Skin Pigmentation, and Endocrine OveractivityConstantine A. StratakisCongenital Lipoid Adrenal HyperplasiaWalter L. MillerCongenital Adrenal HypoplasiaMichael Peter and Wolfgang G. SippellThe HPA Axis and HIV InfectionDaniel S. Donovan, Jr. and Robert G. DluhyHypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis and ObesityPer Björntorp and Roland RosmondAldosterone Synthase DeficiencyMichael Peter and Wolfgang G. SippelMineralocorticoid Excess SyndromesRichard D. GordonPheochromocytoma: Progress in Diagnosis, Therapy, and GeneticsKarel Pacak, George P. Chrousos, Christian A. Koch, Jacques W. M. Lenders, and Graeme Eisenhofer

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"This is an up-to-date book on the adrenal gland encompassing the latest information on the physiology and diseases...This book, authored by the experts in the field, is written in a clear manner and despite the multiple authors, is quite uniform in its style, a credit to the editors. It is an important book to be read by clinical endocrinologists and researchers in the field of adrenal hormones...This is a unique book in the excellent series Contemporary Endocrinology. This should be on the bookshelf, or at least available, to endocrinologists and endocrine fellows in training. It will clarify many issues in the evaluation and treatment of patients with adrenal disorders." -Doody's Health Sciences Book Review Journal"...The book includes new insights into a number of clinical conditions, with surprising results. Margioris and Chrousos have skillfully woven together the physiological background and clinical practice to produce a collection that brings clinicians up to date regarding the pathophysiology of adrenal disorders and uses physiology to point toward patterns of disease that, to date, have remained unexplained...there is a wealth of carefully thought-out approaches to clinical problems. The result, in many of the chapters, is a personal approach that avoids the anecdotal and is based on sound evidence and tested experience...The clinical content is well illustrated with clinical management pathways, which greatly enhance the text...The editors have gone one step further in promoting evidence-based practice by soliciting chapters from research groups with a large number of patients..."-The New England journal of Medicine"Clearly and concisely written with many references, it is recommended for pediatric and adult endocrinologists as well as gynecologists and endocrinologists." -Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism