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386 Possible Causes for Cushing's Disease, Gardner Syndrome, Lipoma, Muscle Cramp

  • Multiple Symmetric Lipomatosis

    These can result in disfigurement and symptoms such as nerve damage and pain, muscle cramps, increased heart rate, excessive sweating, impotence, reduced blood flow to the[] Commonly Associated Conditions May appear as part of a hereditary syndrome: Dercum disease, Madelung syndrome (also known as Launois-Bensaude syndrome), Gardner syndrome,[] Allelic loss for the D11S146 locus was found only in one visceral MEN 1-associated lipoma.[] The main differential diagnosis lies between MSL and the fat accumulation of Cushing's disease, and liposarcoma.[]

  • Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia

    The percentage of PJS patients without a family history is about 45%.( 98 ) For comparison, only 15% of familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) patients do not have a family[] Lipomas occurred in 17%. The presence of these skin lesions did not correlate with age, disease duration, or other MEN1 features.[] Corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) loading test ruled out Cushing's disease and supported the diagnosis of EAS.[] TSH, and/or prolactin), enteropancreatic neuroendocrine tumours (which may affect the profiles of gastrin, insulin, glucagon, and/or vasoactive intestinal protein), facial lipomas[]

    Missing: Muscle Cramp
  • Villous Adenoma of the Colon

    Risk Factors Common risk factors in the development of villous adenoma include: Familial adenomatous polyposis Peutz–Jeghers syndrome Turcot syndrome Juvenile polyposis syndrome[] Lipoma Hamartoama Sdr Peutz-Jagers Malignant potential TM Adenocarcinoma– 50% Carcinoid limphoma 4 SYMPTOMS Depend on location and relation to the bowel lumen Localization[] Nonadenomatous (nonneoplastic) polyps include hyperplastic polyps, hamartomas (see Peutz-Jeghers Syndrome ), juvenile polyps, pseudopolyps, lipomas, leiomyomas, and other[] Lipoma : The lipoma is a rare benign tumor composed of fatty tissue. Neurofibroma : Neurofibromas derived from the peripheral nervous system.[]

    Missing: Cushing's Disease
  • Launois Syndrome

    Stiffness and Later with Diplopia 588 Case 96 A Woman with Muscle Cramps and Fasciculations 594 Case 97 A Man with Large and Stiff Muscles 601 Case 98 A Boy with Short Stature[] Commonly Associated Conditions May appear as part of a hereditary syndrome: Dercum disease, Madelung syndrome (also known as Launois-Bensaude syndrome), Gardner syndrome,[] Abstract Launois-Bensaude syndrome (benign symmetric lipoma-tosis) is a rare disease characterized by symmetric fat deposits localized in the cervical region, shoulders and[] […] syndrome ( E24.- ) Nelson's syndrome ( E24.1 ) overproduction of ACTH not associated with Cushing's disease ( E27.0 ) overproduction of pituitary ACTH ( E24.0 ) overproduction[]

  • Adenoma

    If you have too much aldosterone , you can get Conn’s syndrome, which may cause high blood pressure , low potassium levels, weakness and cramps in your muscles, and other[] Only 16.4% (11 cases) developed in patients with a genetic predisposition, most commonly familial adenomatous polyposis.[] MEN1 may also cause non-endocrine tumors such as facial angiofibromas , collagenomas , lipomas , meningiomas , ependymomas , and leiomyomas .[] Among the treated 10 cases with Cushing's disease, 7 patients (70%) had hormonal control with 24-h free urinary cortisol in the normal range.[]

  • Adrenocortical Carcinoma

    cramps Weakness Pain in the abdomen The health care provider will perform a physical exam and ask about your symptoms.[] A few reports describe an association between AC and familial adenomatous polyposis, which also is due to a germline inactivating mutation of a tumor suppressor gene (in this[] This was suggestive of primary adrenal disease as cortisol levels normally suppress to less than 50% of basal levels in pituitary driven Cushing’s disease.[] A few reports describe an association between AC and familial adenomatous polyposis , which also is due to an inactivating germline mutation of a tumor suppressor gene (in[]

    Missing: Lipoma
  • VIPoma

    Muscle cramps due to low blood calcium ( hypokalemia ) Nausea Weight loss The first goal of treatment is to correct dehydration.[] ., Gardner, J.D., Jensen, R.T. N. Engl. J. Med. (1985) [ Pubmed ] VIP and the pancreatic cholera syndrome. Verdin, E.M., Green, F.W. N. Engl. J.[] […] liver neoplasm, excess growth hormone, follicular thyroid carcinoma , ascites , jaundice , intrahepatic cholestasis, elevated calcitonin, hyperparathyroidism , subcutaneous lipoma[] (For more information, choose “Cushing’s” as your search term in the Rare Disease Database.)[]

  • Conn Syndrome

    Low potassium may cause fatigue, muscle cramps, muscle weakness, numbness, or temporary paralysis.[] This is in line with the multistep progression model seen in patients with familial adenomatous polyposis 47 .[] disease Large nonfunctioning adrenal tumors ([] Sufferers develop high blood pressure, muscle cramps, weakness, headache, kidney disease and heart disease. Medication to control blood pressure is prescribed.[]

    Missing: Lipoma
  • Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage

    adenomatous polyposis (FAP) Inflammatory Crohn disease Ulcerative colitis Indeterminate colitis Meckel diverticulum Diverticulosis Diverticulosis is the dominant etiology[] Among these pedunculated lipomas are unusual.[] Most of the peptic ulcers occurring in children of this age range are secondary to other systemic diseases, such as burns (Curling ulcer), head trauma (Cushing ulcer), malignancy[] OUTCOMES: The patients recovered well after surgery, and postoperative pathology showed that the tumors were a vascular hamartoma polyp and a lipoma.[]

    Missing: Muscle Cramp
  • Desmoid Tumor

    BACKGROUND: Gardner's Syndrome is a familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) syndrome that presents with colorectal polyps, craniofacial osteomas, lipomas, epidermoid cysts, and[] A 79-year-old woman who developed a desmoid tumor in the left lower abdomen after surgical resection of an abdominal lipoma seven years previously is presented.[] Study of a kindred with pheochromocytoma, medullary thyroid carcinoma, hyperparathyroidism and Cushing's disease: multiple endocrine neoplasia, type 2.[] Unlike a fatty tumor that grows under your skin (called a lipoma), this kind of tumor develops in the fibrous tissue that makes up your tendons and ligaments.[]

    Missing: Muscle Cramp

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