Special Issue "New Entities, New Approaches of Endocrine Diseases"
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2. Department of Endocrinology, C.I. Parhon National Institute of Endocrinology, 011863 Bucharest, Romania
Interests: thyroid; adrenal; pituitary; osteoporosis; neuroendocrine tumors; bone; fracture; gynecological endocrinology
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The endocrinology domain represents the most challenging, modern field in terms of epidemiological impact, the dynamics of investigations and management, and multidisciplinary implications.
We warmly invite you to contribute to this Special Issue entitled ”New Entities and New Approaches of Endocrine Diseases”, aiming to promote an update regarding inflammatory, immune/autoimmune and neoplasia conditions from the bio-molecular perspective to clinical features, endocrine/surgical approach, innovative prognostic markers, rare syndromic circumstances, updates on gene testing, and unusual complications of traditional maladies.
We are particularly, but not exclusively, interested in the following three main areas:
- Thyroiditis, hypophysitis, and adrenalitis of different etiologies, including new infectious agents, drug-induced side effects such as check point inhibitors or mitotane.
- Autoimmune conditions of the thyroid, pituitary, and adrenal glands, also covering topics such as the ongoing controversies of therapy, particular presentations, hereditary and acquired syndromes, and genetic backup.
- Endocrine tumors, either benign or malign, either functioning or not, particularly involving the modern surgical approach and related benefits/risks, robotic surgery, fine needle aspiration and core biopsy, adrenal vein catheterization and other associated procedures for diagnostics, innovative immunohistochemistry markers, genetic and epigenetic assessments, new entities such as collision tumors of the thyroid, Connshing’s syndrome, survival analysis, impact of endocrine disruptors, and particular populations such as pregnant women, children, and the elderly.
We thank all researchers for their contributions to this Special Issue.
Dr. Mara Carsote
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- endocrine tumor
- hereditary syndrome
- collision tumor
- prognostic marker
- endocrine surgery