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Endocrine Goljan MCC

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MCC of Endocrine gland hypofunction autoimmune.
MCC of endocrine gland hyperfunction Benign Adenoma
MCC pineal gland tumor (paralysis of upward gaze) germ cell derived.
MCC of Hypopituitarism in adults non functioning adenoma.
MCC of Hypopituitarism in children craniopharyngioma.
MC pituitary tumor prolactinoma.
Common cause of death from acromegaly heart failure from enlarged heart.
MCC of painful thyroid subacute granulomatous thyroiditis (virally induced).
MCC of hypothyroidism Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
MCC of cretinism maternal hypothyroidism.
MCC of hyperthyroidism and thyrotoxicosis Graves disease.
MCC of goiter iodine deficiency.
MCC benign thyroid tumor follicular adenoma.
MCC cancer of thyroid papillary carcinoma.
MCC endocrine cancer papillary carcinoma.
MCC thyroid cancer presenting as solitary cold nodule follicular carcinoma.
MC origin of primary B cell lymphoma Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
MCC of hypoparathyroidism Autoimmune.
MCC of hypocalcemia chronic renal failure. (hypovitaminosis D)
MCC of hypocalcemia in hospital setting hypomagnesemia.
MCC of primary hyperparathyroid hormone benign adenoma.
MCC presentation of primary hyperparathyroid hormone renal stones.
MCC of hypercalcemia in hospital setting malignancy.
MCC of hypophosphatemia alkalosis.
MCC of hyperphosphatemia renal failure.
MCC of Addison’s disease in U.S autoimmune.
MCC of Addison’s disease in developing countries Miliary Tuberculosis.
MCC of Addison’s disease in kids adrenogenital syndrome.
MCC of adrenogenital syndrome 21- hydroxylase deficiency.
MCC of cushing syndrome iatrogenic corticosteroid therapy.
MC pathologic cause of cushing syndrome pituitary adenoma.
MCC of primary aldosteronism (Conn’s syndrome) adrenal adenoma.
Neuroblastoma MC in children < 5yrs. Old.
MCC of blindness, neuropathy, chronic renal failure and below knee amputations Diabetes Mellitus.
MC complication of diabetes insulin induced hypoglycemia.
MCC of reactive hypoglycemia insulin.
MC islet cell tumor insulinoma ( inc serum insulin, inc C-peptide)
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