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Lijuan Yuan, Xihui Chen, Ziyu Liu, Dan Wu, Jianguo Lu, Guoqiang Bao, Sijia Zhang, Lifeng Wang, and Yuanming Wu

as acromegaly . Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Case Reports 2017 2017 1 – 5 . ( ) 44 Zhang Z Zhang C Zhang Z . Primary hypertrophic osteoarthropathy: an update . Frontiers in Medicine 2013 7

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Charlotte Höybye, Beverly M K Biller, Jean-Marc Ferran, Murray B Gordon, Nicky Kelepouris, Navid Nedjatian, Anne H Olsen, and Matthias M Weber

due to pituitary adenoma (67.7%) or its treatment ( Table 1 ). A small number of patients had acromegaly ( n   = 9) or Cushing’s syndrome ( n   = 12). In total, 22 (3.1%) patients were reported as taking concomitant lipid-lowering medications, 273

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Dorte Glintborg, Katrine Hass Rubin, Mads Nybo, Bo Abrahamsen, and Marianne Andersen

with the ICD10 diagnoses pituitary disease (D352 (benign pituitary tumor), E236 (other pituitary disease), and D353 (craniopharyngeoma)), E220 (acromegaly), E221 (hyperprolactinemia), E24 (Cushing’s syndrome), E25 (adrenogenital syndrome), and Q96

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Felix Reschke, Torben Biester, Thekla von dem Berge, Dagmar Jamiolkowski, Laura Hasse, Francesca Dassie, Pietro Maffei, Katharina Klee, Olga Kordonouri, Hagen Ott, and Thomas Danne

prevalence of CNC is not known, but it is a rare disease with about 160 index cases described to date. The most common symptoms from the endocrine side are acromegaly, thyroid and testicular tumours and Cushing's syndrome (CS) independent of