Challenging Cases in Endocrinology by Mark MolitchChallenging Cases in Endocrinology by Mark Molitch

Challenging Cases in Endocrinology

EditorMark Molitch

Paperback | November 9, 2010

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Distinguished clinician-scientists describe in concise studies their most difficult cases and reveal what they did, how they did it, and why. The cases cover a wide range of endocrine problems. Each case study reviews how the patient was managed, details the reasons why various tests and treatments-many only recently available-were carried out, and provides references to ensure that those novel methodologies can be easily translated into the endocrine specialist's daily practice. The authors provide practical solutions for these difficult-to-manage cases, and successfully apply knowledge fresh from the laboratory to decisions about patient management. Practical and stimulating, Challenging Cases in Endocrinology demonstrates for every clinical endocrinologist precisely how specialists approach their most challenging cases and how these approaches can be effectively applied in the daily practice of endocrinology.
Title:Challenging Cases in EndocrinologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0 inPublished:November 9, 2010Publisher:Humana PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1617372498

ISBN - 13:9781617372490

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Table of Contents

Pituitary TumorsMoises Mercado and Mark E. MolitchHypopituitarismBaha M. Arafah and Mona P. NasrallahPosterior Pituitary: Disorders of Water MetabolismLisa L. Wong and Joseph G. VerbalisHyperthyroidismDavid S. CooperHypothyroidism and ThyroiditisDonald A. Meier and Michael M. KaplanThyroid CancerRichard T. Kloos and Ernest L. MazzaferriCushing's SyndromeJames W. FindlingAdrenal Insufficiency and Adrenal CancerErik K. Alexander and Robert DluhyPheochromocytomaMary P. Gillam and Lewis LandsbergHypercalcemia and HyperparathyroidismBart L. Clarke and Sundeep KhoslaHypoparathyroidism and HypocalcemiaElena I. Barengolts and Subhash C. KukrejaMetabolic Bone DiseaseMichael Kleerekoper, Hisham Alrefai, Louis Afonso, and Bharat RamanMale Reproductive EndocrinologyShalender Bhasin, Atam B. Singh, and Robert ChristiansenDisorders of Female ReproductionJared C. Robins and Robert RebarEndocrine Problems in PregnancyLisa P. Purdy and Boyd E. MetzgerType 1 Diabetes MellitusJ. Woody Sistrunk and Bruce R. Zimmerman (deceased)Type 2 Diabetes MellitusNeelima V. Chu and Robert R. HenryHypoglycemiaNeena Natt and F. John ServiceDisorders of Lipoprotein MetabolismIra J. Goldberg and Phillip BukbergDisorders of PubertyDennis M. StyneDisorders of Growth and DevelopmentErick J. Richmond and Alan D. RogolMultiple Endocrine Neoplasia SyndromesKelly L. Wirfel, Douglas B. Evans, Jeffery E. Lee, Helmuth Goepfert, and Robert F. Gagel

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"This book is ideal for fellows...This is a unique addition to the endocrine literature. The cases are replete with interesting twists and clinical pearls; it is an entertaining read for endocrinologists with the time to enjoy cases and learn from the discussions." -Doody's Health Sciences Book Review Journal"Most endocrinologists and probably quite a few non-endocrinologists are going to like this book for the same reason why 'Meet the Professor' sessions are overcrowded: it is endocrinology at its roots...stimulating and entertaining reading." - Diabetologia"Although Molitch is targeting the practicing endocrinologist, I believe this book would be useful for internists and other physicians who are always looking for interesting cases. Challenging Cases in Endocrinology is a light and easily read book that describes uncommon manifestations of common disorders and common manifestations of uncommon disorders. It reinforces the use of systematic work-up to come to a conclusion and diagnosis without missing any important signs or symptoms. The main strengths of the book are the short case discussions, system-based layout, and a solid literature review at the end of each discussion." -Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism