To characterize a cohort of patients with cyclic Cushing's disease (CD) in comparison with noncyclic CD using late night salivary cortisol (LNSC) and examine the diagnostic sensitivity of LNSC in comparison with that of 24‐hour urine‐free cortisol (UFC) in this population.
Retrospective study of patients with CD seen in our institution between 2008 and 2017.
Background Ergot‐derived dopamine agonists are associated with increased risk of valvular dysfunction in Parkinson’s disease. The risk of valvular disease associated with lower doses of cabergoline used to treat prolactinomas remains controversial.
Objective To determine whether there is an association of cabergoline and valvular function in patients with hyperprolactinaemia according to gender...
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