Disorders of Steroidogenesis: Guide to Steroid Profiling and Biochemical Diagnosis 1st Edition

Book Name: Disorders of Steroidogenesis: Guide to Steroid Profiling and Biochemical Diagnosis 1st Edition
Author: Gill Rumsby, Gary M. Woodward
Publisher: Springer International Publishing,
ISBN-10: 978-3-319-96363-1;978-3-319-96364-8
Year: 2019
Pages: 197
Language: English
File size: 8 MB
File format: PDF,EPUB

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This Disorders of Steroidogenesis covers the field of steroid profiling for the identification of disorders of steroidogenesis. Each chapter provides a minumum of one case study for all the listed disorders so as to exemplify the subtle and nuanced particulars needed for the identification of these requirements. General advice can also be given concerning the biology of the ailments and explanations of common lab findings are supplied.

This publication describes the steroid profile attributes and its own interpretation, besides describing the pathophysiology, clinical signs for diagnosis, general endocrine analyses and genetic factors for each one of the congenital and acquired conditions.

A valuable instrument for daily clinical and laboratory investigations of adrenal pathologies and disorders of steroidogenesis, in addition to providing impetus to additional research.

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