Conceptos y tendencias actuales | 22 JUN 15

Síndrome de Cushing subclínico

Se analizan los criterios diagnósticos y las implicancias clínicas del síndrome de Cushing subclínico, como así el tratamiento quirúrgico. Hasta la fecha, el estándar de oro para el manejo síndrome de Cushing subclínico es la adrenalectomía laparoscópica.
Autor/a: Cita: George N. Zografos, Iraklis Perysinakis,1 Evangeline Vassilatou Fuente: HORMONES 2014, 13(3):323-337 Subclinical Cushing’s syndrome: Current concepts and trends
INDICE:  1.  | 2. Referencias

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