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  • Stress

    PET/CT staging for gastric cardia adenocarcinoma, which showed the primary gastric tumor, several bone metastases, and high uptake in a periurethral mass mimicking pelvic neoplasm[] Pituitary adenomas are rare in patients treated for PTSD.[] During the stress response, catecholamines and glucocorticoids are released from locus coeruleus and adrenal gland.[] AIM: To investigate the effect of oxidative stress biomarkers on the risk of potentially malignant oral disorders (PMODs).[] It can cause the body to produce more digestive acid, leading to heartburn.[] As the video explains, when you’re stressed, the adrenal glands ramp up the release of the hormones cortisol, adrenaline, and norepinephrine.[] In addition, long-term stress-induced cortisol secretion from the adrenal glands can depress immune function, leading to increased risk of illness.[]

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  • Childhood Hodgkin's Disease

    BACKGROUND: Patients who survive Hodgkin's disease are at increased risk for second neoplasms.[] Focal abnormalities are usually associated with a longer duration of raised TSH.[] Abstract This study was undertaken to determine the treatment-specific incidence of second malignant tumours (SMT) in childhood Hodgkin's disease.[] CONCLUSION: This data demonstrating the importance of RT consolidation with low dose and reduced volume, in all clinical stage of childhood HD, producing satisfactory ten[] […] disease in childhood included radiotherapy to the neck aimed to investigate the incidence and natural history of thyroid dysfunction and the morphological changes of the gland[] Abstract A review of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center experience with second malignancies (SM) after childhood Hodgkin's Disease (HD) identified 17 SM in 320 patients[] The malignant clone, the Reed-Sternberg cell confers unique behavior to this type of malignancy.[]

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  • Adenoma

    Conclusion Middle ear glandular neoplasms are uncommon well-documented neoplasms of the middle ear.[] Psychiatric [ edit ] Various psychiatric manifestations have been associated with pituitary disorders including pituitary adenomas.[] Serum TSH levels are either elevated or "inappropriately" normal. T3 administration does not usually suppress TSH secretion by these tumors.[] It accounts for 45-75% of all salivary gland neoplasm. It can involve major as well as minor salivary glands.[] To our knowledge, this is the only reported case of a hematopoietic malignancy involving a parathyroid adenoma and the only reported case of malignant hematopoietic cells[] Treatment for Cortisol-Producing Adenoma Most cortisol-producing adrenal tumors are benign and can be removed using a minimally invasive surgical technique.[] It may become malignant and can also appear in non-glandular areas. The malignant transformation is rare.[]

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  • Circadian Rhythm

    Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain revealed a pontine lesion distinguishable from major cerebrovascular disease, demyelination and neoplasm.[] […] dopaminergic control on TSH release in a postmenopausal woman, who had elevated levels of serum thyroid hormones and an inappropriately high concentration of serum TSH, indicating pituitary[] In addition, based on the relationship of the pineal gland to the CSF and the vascular structure of this gland, we also hypothesize that pineal gland is an essential player[] […] studying of circadian profiles of neutrophil counts, neutrophil regulatory factors, such as GM-CSF, and their intercorrelation may help to find a biomarker of benign vs. malign[] Each light stimulus following the first one produced a similar suppression, and rise of melatonin.[] KEYWORDS: GLP-1 glucagon-like peptide-1; HOMA-IR homeostasis model assessment of insulin resistance; HPA axis hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis; IR insulin resistance; QS[] Adrenal scintigraphy with (131)I-6-beta-iodomethyl-norcholesterol showed uptake on the left adrenal and inhibition of the contralateral adrenal gland.[]

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  • Acromegaly

    RESULTS: Fifty-one patients (76.1%) suffered from at least one neoplasm, among whom 48 patients (71.6%) had benign proliferations, whereas malignant neoplasms (larynx, endometrial[] KEYWORDS: haematology (incl blood transfusion); pituitary disorders[] Thyroid hormone levels in serum and thyroidal radioiodine uptake values were elevated, while TSH measurements in serum were low.[] Acromegaly is most often caused by adenomas of the pituitary gland.[] In other patients with life-threatening malignant ventricular tachyarrhythmias, surgical placement of an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) has proved highly effective[] Abstract BACKGROUND: A functional pituitary adenoma can produce multiple anterior-pituitary hormones, such as growth hormone (GH) -producing adenomas (GHoma) with prolactin[] Post-operatively, she developed ACTH and TSH deficiency and diabetes insipidus.[]

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  • Malignant Neoplasm

    […] necrosis in rapidly growing tumors. histoid neoplasm a neoplasm whose cells and organization resemble those of the tissue from which it is growing. malignant neoplasm a neoplasm[] Brain tumors may grow from nerves (neuroma), dura (meningioma), or pituitary gland (craniopharyngioma or pituitary adenoma).[] Eight years after her initial diagnosis she presented with a small, painless mass in the region of her parotid gland.[] […] for virotherapy of thyroid malignant neoplasms.[] Cervical lymphadenopathy is a lesser-known drug reaction that is produced by anticonvulsant therapy; under some circumstances, this condition may be confused with head and[] The database search produced 73 research articles published in English between 1990 and 2000 that were significant to the purpose of the study.[] Ultrasonography, CT, and MRI revealed no evidence of tumors in the bilateral mammary glands.[]

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  • Ovulation

    , Glandular and Epithelial/genetics Neoplasms, Glandular and Epithelial/pathology Neoplasms, Glandular and Epithelial/physiopathology Oogenesis* Ovarian Neoplasms/genetics[] The mechanism by which exercise affects ovulation is most probably via modulation of the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) axis due to increased activity of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal[] OBJECTIVE: Our objective is to report observed changes in thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) in two patients undergoing super-ovulation for IVF. DESIGN: Case report.[] The activity of a woman’s sexual organs, including their development is under the control of a small gland at the base of the brain, called the pituitary gland.[] Abstract Therapeutic regimens for the treatment of malignant disease may compromise future fertility.[] Meanwhile, the empty follicle within the ovary starts to shrink, but carries on producing progesterone, and also starts to produce estrogen.[] This observation opens the door to new questions about the sensitivity of the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis in menopause as well as about ovarian senescence.[]

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  • Thyrotropin

    Isolated pituitary hormone deficiency can be induced by many causes including mechanical destruction of the hypothalamo-pituitary axis, neoplasm, inflammation, and injury[] Pituitary magnetic resonance imaging revealed a macroadenoma. Transsphenoidal surgery was performed twice.[] INTRODUCTION: The pituitary adenomas secreting thyrotropin (TSH) are considered the rarest type of hormonally active pituitary tumour.[] CONTEXT: In the human thyroid gland, TSH activates both the cAMP and inositol phosphates (IP) signaling cascades via binding to the TSH receptor (TSHR).[] RESULTS: There were 134 patients with benign thyroid diseases and 68 patients with thyroid gland malignancy.[] We have been investigating the role of TRH in a pituitary prolactin-producing cell model.[] […] except for suppressed serum thyroglobulin (less than 0.1 ng/ml)] E04.2 Nontoxic multinodular goiter [adjunct to radioiodine ablation] Z85.850 Personal history of malignant neoplasm[]

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  • Ethanol

    Abstract Glomus tumors are predominantly benign neoplasms accounting for less than 2% of all soft tissue tumors.[] KEYWORDS: Adrenal steroidogenesis; Fetal adrenal development; Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis; Intrauterine growth retardation[] […] coefficient of variation; FNAB fine-needle aspiration biopsy; fT3 free triiodothyronine; fT4 free thyroxine; PEI percutaneous ethanol injection; TFT thyroid function test; TSH[] "Of all the biofuels options at the moment, Brazilian sugarcane does produce less CO2."[] […] metabolism* Cell Line, Tumor Drugs, Chinese Herbal/chemistry* Ethanol Fatty Acids, Unsaturated/metabolism* Gene Expression Regulation, Neoplastic/drug effects Humans Liver Neoplasms[] […] months after PEI, the nodule volume had decreased from 8.9 to 3.0 mL, but we observed severe hyperthyroidism with elevated serum free triiodothyronine, free thyroxine, and thyrotropin[] Refractory disease is usually treated either surgically or by local ethanol injection into the parathyroid glands.[]

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  • Osteoporosis

    Other conditions that can mimic transient osteoporosis of the hip on MRI are osteonecrosis, osteomyelitis and neoplasms.[] Hormonal assays were compatible with hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis suppression, and iatrogenic Cushing's syndrome due to ritonavir-fluticasone interaction was considered[] Laboratory results showed a low vitamin D level and normal S-calcium, S-phosphate, S-parathyroid hormone, S-thyrotropin, erythrocyte sedimentation rate, S-creatinine and hemoglobin[] That's all the parathyroid glands do--regulate calcium throughout the body.[] Majority of cases of hypocalcemia with Zoledronate are seen in patients with underlying malignancy and are asymptomatic.[] OBJECTIVE: We aimed to determine whether the concomitant combination therapy of anabolic agents and bisphosphonates produces more effects on bone mineral density (BMD) than[] Oligomenorrhea and amenorrhea cause accelerated bone loss, as do hyperthyroidism or over-replacement of thyroxine supplementation such that the serum TSH is suppressed.[]

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