Saturday night wasn’t busy as usual, and only one doctor was in the E.R. when bed 13 entered.
Bed 13 was a very heavy 32 years old women, like 160 kg heavy. 421 more words
ORLANDO – Cushing’s disease may begin to exert its harmful cardiovascular effects quite early, a small pediatric study has found.
Children as young as 6 years old with the disorder already may show signs of cardiovascular remodeling, with stiffer aortas and higher aortic pulse-wave velocity than do age-matched controls, Hailey Blain and Maya Lodish, MD, said at the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society. 699 more words