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Blood Sample from Tributary Adrenal Gland Veins May Help to Diagnose Subclinical Cushing's Syndrome - Cushing's Disease News



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Blood Sample from Tributary Adrenal Gland Veins May Help to Diagnose Subclinical Cushing's Syndrome 
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Researchers report a new technique for collecting blood samples from tiny veins of the adrenal glands, called super-selective adrenal venous sampling (ssAVS). The technique can be used to hep diagnose diseases marked by excessive release of adrenal ...

 


Overcoming resistant hypertension - Harvard Health



Overcoming resistant hypertension 
Harvard Health
... dosage of at least three medications and your blood pressure is still high ? and lifestyle changes also haven't helped ? your doctor will look for other causes such as kidney disease, Cushing's disease, or pheochromocytoma (a tumor in an adrenal ...

 


My suffering dog was kept alive for 5 months after vet told me he was put down, woman says - NJ.com



My suffering dog was kept alive for 5 months after vet told me he was put down, woman says 
NJ.com
Ceasar suffered from Cushing's disease, an endocrine disorder, and received no medical treatment since May, Levy said. The dog lost 10 pounds since she last saw him. Levy said she and her mother spent about an hour with Caesar while he was examined ...

 


Li Weibo Charitable Foundation Gives UMass $10M for Rare Disease Institute - Cushing's Disease News



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Li Weibo Charitable Foundation Gives UMass $10M for Rare Disease Institute 
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Thanks to a $10 million endowment from the Li Weibo Charitable Foundation in China, the University of Massachusetts Medical School will soon be able to launch a new institute dedicated to the study of rare diseases such as Cushing's disease. Li Weibo ...

 


Increase in Glucose Uptake by Cushing's Disease-associated Tumors Could Improve Early Detection, Study Shows - Cushing's Disease News



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Increase in Glucose Uptake by Cushing's Disease-associated Tumors Could Improve Early Detection, Study Shows 
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Microadenomas ? tumors in the pituitary gland measuring less than 10 mm in diameter ? that release corticotropin, or corticotropinomas, can lead to Cushing's disease. The presurgical detection of these microadenomas could improve surgical outcomes in ...

 


Cortisol Modulator Shows Early Signs of Safety, Efficacy in Healthy Volunteers - Cushing's Disease News



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Cortisol Modulator Shows Early Signs of Safety, Efficacy in Healthy Volunteers 
Cushing's Disease News
This influences a myriad of processes, including inflammation, immune response and brain function. CORT125134, also known as relacorilant, is being developed by Corcept Therapeutics of Menlo Park, California, for Cushing's disease patients and others ...

 


Skinny horse in Pittston draws Facebook ire; owners say it's not their ... - Press Herald



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Skinny horse in Pittston draws Facebook ire; owners say it's not their ... 
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The head of the state's Animal Welfare Program warns people against drawing their own conclusions. By Charles EichackerKennebec Journal. Follow on Twitter ...

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Understanding your dog's Basic Input/Output System - WOWT



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Understanding your dog's Basic Input/Output System 
WOWT
A vet can rule out things like hypothyroidism, diabetes and Cushing's disease. Cancers and internal parasites can also make dogs extra hungry. Don't give in to begging. Once you've ruled out medical issues don't be tempted to overfeed as that can make ...

 


Pituitary ACTH Hypersecretion (Cushing's Disease) Pipeline Insight, 2017 - Medgadget (blog)



Pituitary ACTH Hypersecretion (Cushing's Disease) Pipeline Insight, 2017 
Medgadget (blog)
Pituitary ACTH Hypersecretion (Cushing's Disease)- Competitive Landscape, Pipeline and Market Analysis, 2017, report provides comprehensive insights about marketed and pipeline drugs across this Mechanism of action. Key objective of the report is to ...

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Ask the Vet: Time to Retire - HorseChannel.com



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Ask the Vet: Time to Retire 
HorseChannel.com
Performance aside, it is generally accepted that, while age is not a disease, aged horses may be more susceptible to certain diseases. Cushing's disease, equine asthma syndrome (aka "heaves?), and arthritis are just a few that come to mind. Between a ...