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Cushing's disease N-SL Elevated ACTH
Addison's Disease Elevated ACTH, decreased Cortisol. Low Na and fasting glucose. Increased K and elevated BUN.
Primary Hyperthyroidism Increased serum T4, Increased serum T3, Increased free T4 index, no increase in TSH following IV TRH
Hypothyroidism Decreased Serum T4, Decreased Resin T3 uptake, Decreased Free T4 index. Increased serum TSH
Secondary Hypothyroidism Same as Primary Thyroidism, but TSH is low or undetectable in Secondary
Hypoparathyroidism Increased Serum Phosphorus. Decreased Serum Calcium and PTH(or Undetectable).
Hyperparathyroidism Increased serum Ca and Cl. Decreased serum Phosphate. Increased PTH
Created by: shernd83