2 edition of Clinical aspects of adrenal function. found in the catalog.
Clinical aspects of adrenal function.
Ivor H Mills
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Clinical problems related to Clinical aspects of adrenal function. book of the adrenal cortex and to the use and complications of steroids in nonadrenal disorders occupy the remainder of the text.
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Steroids are perhaps one of the most widely used group of drugs in present day anaesthetic practice, sometimes with indication and sometimes without indications. Because of their diverse effects on various systems of the body, there has been renewed interest in the use of steroids in modern day anaesthetic practice.
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While covering a variety of topics ranging from thyroid carcinogenesis and pituitary adenomas to adrenal tumors and metabolic bone disease, this book also focuses on more specific. This gland is referred to as the adrenal gland, and a weak fascial septum separates it from the kidneys so that they are not actually attached to each other.
The suprarenal glands function as part of the endocrine system, secreting hormones like aldosterone. They completely separate in function from the kidneys and/or the urinary system.
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Introduction Adrenal insuﬃ ciency is caused by failure of the adrenal cortex to produce cortisol. This failure can result from loss of function of the adrenal glands (ie, primary adrenalFile Size: KB.
The adrenal medulla is composed of chromaffin cells, which synthesize and secrete catecholamines (mainly epinephrine and lesser amounts of norepinephrine).Chromaffin cells also produce bioactive amines and peptides (eg, histamine, serotonin, chromogranins, neuropeptide hormones).
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