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Anterior Pituitary Hypofunction


Presentation

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  • Presents case studies in every chapter that demonstrate the effects of various drugs on the diagnosis, prognosis, and interventions in physical therapy, so you can more easily monitor patients for adverse drug effects.[books.google.com]
Fatigue
  • Symptoms of GH deficiency in adults include fatigue, poor exercise performance and symptoms of social isolation. GH is only available in injectable form and must be given 6-7 times per week.[pituitary.org]
  • Symptoms may include cold intolerance, fatigue, sluggishness, dry skin, deepening voice, coarse hair and facial puffiness. 2) Gonadal Atrophy.[newswise.com]
  • Assess for lassitude, lethargy, fatigue, and muscular weakness. C. Check out any gastrointestinal (GI) disturbances, nausea, diarrhea, and anorexia. D. Assess for hypotension. E.[brilliantnurse.com]
  • ACTH deficiency : Symptoms include fatigue, low blood pressure, weight loss, weakness, depression, nausea, or vomiting. TSH deficiency: Symptoms include constipation, weight gain, sensitivity to cold, decreased energy, and muscle weakness or aching.[webmd.com]
Hypothermia
  • Gastric (vomiting, nasogastric suction, pyloric obstruction) Intestinal (diarrhea, malabsorption, fistula) Redistribution into cells Familial Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis Alkalosis Medications (insulin, catecholamines, beta 2 -adrenergic agents, barium) Hypothermia[drkaslow.com]
Amenorrhea
  • […] adult woman 2ry amenorrhea, decreased libido, diminished 2ry sex characteristics adult men impotence, diminished 2ry sex characteristis children growth and sexual maturation retardation (delayed fusion of epiphyses) labs: low FSH and LH, low estradiol[brainscape.com]
  • Hyperproclactinemia, in women Causes amenorrhea and/or galactorrhea and in men impotence and low libido. Visual symptoms include reduced visual acuity, optic atrophy, visual field defects, or hemianopias.[skullbaseinstitute.com]
  • Deficiency of LH and FSH (Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism) Women develop ovarian suppression with irregular periods or absence of periods (amenorrhea), infertility, decreased libido, decreased vaginal secretions, breast atrophy, and osteoporosis.[pituitary.org]
  • Answer Growth hormone Short stature Delayed puberty ACTH Symptoms of adrenal cortical deficiency TSH Symptoms of hypothyroidism Gonadotropin Amenorrhea Diminished libido Loss of pubic and axillary hair Atrophy of breast and Testis What are the steps in[meddean.luc.edu]
  • These patients can develop adrenal insufficiency, hypothyroidism, amenorrhea, diabetes insipidus, and an inability to breastfeed (an early symptom).[emedicine.medscape.com]
Delayed Menarche
  • menarche 256.39 due to pituitary hypofunction 253.4 Disorder - see also Disease pituitary, thalamic 253.9 anterior NEC 253.4 Dysplasia - see also Anomaly olfactogenital 253.4 Hypoadrenocorticism 255.41 pituitary 253.4 Hypogonadism gonadotrophic (isolated[healthprovidersdata.com]

Workup

  • Overview of Endocrine Disorders: STIMULATION TESTS STIMULATION TESTS - evaluate Hypofunctioning disorders Example: ACTH stimulation test is used in the workup of Hypocortisolism CAUSES OF HYPOFUNCTION: 1) Autoimmune Destruction: - Addison's Dx - Hashimoto's[quizlet.com]
Hyponatremia
  • […] water not resorbed in kidney thus excessive urine production and thirst due to increased plasma osmolality What is syndrome of inappropriate ADH secretion what is the effect of SIADH too much ADH thus concentrated urine, dcreased plasma osmolality and hyponatremia[quizlet.com]
  • Hyponatremia and inappropriate secretion of vasopressin (antidiuretic hormone) in patients with hypopituitarism. N. Engl. J. Med. 321, 492–496 (1989). 86. Schrier, R. W.[nature.com]
  • If the problem is chronic, symptoms consist of fatigue, weight loss, failure to thrive (in children), delayed puberty (in adolescents), hypoglycemia (low blood sugar levels), anemia and hyponatremia (low sodium levels).[en.wikipedia.org]
Estrogen Decreased
  • ), decreased libido - males have impotence, due to decreased libido from decreased Testosterone **** GnRH stimulation test: - No significant increase of FSH/LH in hypopituitarism - Eventual increase of FSH/LH in hypothalamic disease **** Metyrapone test[quizlet.com]

Treatment

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  • Treatment Because these cysts are often asymptomatic only patients with clear neurological and endocrinological indications require treatment.[skullbaseinstitute.com]
  • The treatment may be medical by taking medicine to slow the pituitary gland down or may be more involved with surgical or radiation treatment.[chw.org]
  • Continued Hypopituitary Treatment - Medical Treatment Medical treatment consists of hormone replacement therapy and treatment of the underlying cause. Medications Drugs used to treat hypopituitarism replace the deficient hormone.[webmd.com]
  • Testing for prolactin deficiency is not clinically useful, because the primary function of prolactin is its role in lactogenesis and there is no treatment for women who cannot lactate due to pituitary hypofunction.[psychiatryadvisor.com]

Prognosis

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  • Prognosis Surgical good prognosis and the recurrence rate has been reported to be less than 5%. The postoperative outcome of most patients is resolution or improvement of their symptoms.[skullbaseinstitute.com]
  • Outlook If hormone replacement therapy is adequate, the prognosis is good. Complications are often related to the underlying disease. For More Information Visit the Pituitary Network Association web site.[webmd.com]
  • While effective treatment of the underlying hormone deficiencies may improve these risks, it is often necessary to treat them directly. [6] Prognosis [ edit ] Several studies have shown that hypopituitarism is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular[en.wikipedia.org]

Etiology

  • Hyperthyroidism: found in 70% of patients with hyperemesis, Human Chronic Gonadotrophin (hCG) is not directly involved in the a etiology of hyperemesis but indirectly by its ability to stimulate the thyroid. 7 3.[orion-group.net]
  • Symptoms usually of nonendocrine etiology. If sudden onset, suggest diabetes mellitus or insipidus. May be present with hyperparathyroidism or hyperaldosteronism. G. Assess mental changes.[brilliantnurse.com]
  • Clinical profile and etiology of hypopituitarism at the Univesity of Santa Thomas Hospital. Philippine J. Intern. Med. 48, 23–27 (2010). 14. Tanriverdi, F. et al.[nature.com]
  • A PTH, calcium, albumin and phosphorus level drawn simultaneously helps classify the etiology into main groups. Watch for signs of calcium deposition and kidney stones.[drkaslow.com]

Epidemiology

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  • Epidemiology of Hyperemesis The condition was described as early as 2000 BC. In a Epidemiological study 70% of all pregnancy were associated with nausea, in 91% of the case the onset was during first three months. 3 This has a tendency to recur.[orion-group.net]
  • Pituitary Gland Disorders: ANTERIOR PITUITARY HYPOFUNCTION (Epidemiology) ANTERIOR PITUITARY HYPOFUNCTION: Rathke's Pouch is an ectodermal derivative derived from the oral cavity - it develops into the anterior lobe of the Pituitary Gland EPIDEMIOLOGY[quizlet.com]
  • Epidemiology, mortality rate and survival in a homogeneous population of hypopituitary patients. Clin. Endocrinol. (Oxf.) 78, 278–284 (2013). 9. Sheehan, H. L. & Murdoch, R.[nature.com]
  • Epidemiology [ edit ] There is only one study that has measured the prevalence (total number of cases in a population) and incidence (annual number of new cases) of hypopituitarism. [1] This study was conducted in Northern Spain and used hospital records[en.wikipedia.org]
Sex distribution
Age distribution

Pathophysiology

  • With Itsenko-Cushing’s morphological basis of all clinical and pathophysiological changes is basophilic adenoma. In other words, it is a tumor of acidophilic cells in the anterior pituitary. The tumor is hormonally active.[medicalj-center.info]
  • Pathophysiology [ edit ] The pituitary gland is located at the base of the brain, and intimately connected with the hypothalamus.[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Disseminated intravascular coagulation in pregnancy: insights in pathophysiology, diagnosis and management. Am. J. Obstet. Gynecol. 213, 452–463 (2015). 43. Cunningham, F. G. & Nelson, D. B.[nature.com]

Prevention

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  • Prevention and management of postpartum hemorrhage. Am. Fam. Physician 75, 875–882 (2007). 106. World Health Organization. WHO Recommendations for the Prevention and Treatment of Postpartum Haemorrhage ( WHO, 2012). 107. Shields, L.[nature.com]

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