Adrenal insufficiency after stopping steroids

Adrenal insufficiency can be difficult to diagnose. Your doctor will begin by asking about your medical history and about any obvious symptoms you are experiencing. Tests that measure the levels of cortisol and aldosterone are used to make a definite diagnosis and include the following:
ACTH Stimulation Test: This is the most specific test for diagnosing adrenal insufficiency. Blood cortisol levels are measured before and after a synthetic form of adrenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH), a hormone secreted from the anterior pituitary, is given by injection.

Causes of primary adrenal insufficiency (Addison's disease)
Causes of secondary and tertiary adrenal insufficiency in adults
Clinical manifestations of adrenal insufficiency in adults
Diagnosis of adrenal insufficiency in adults
Evaluation of the response to ACTH in adrenal insufficiency
Hyponatremia and hyperkalemia in adrenal insufficiency
Pathogenesis of autoimmune adrenal insufficiency
Treatment of adrenal insufficiency in adults
Treatment of adrenal insufficiency in children

Adrenal insufficiency after stopping steroids

adrenal insufficiency after stopping steroids

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