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Addison’s

Neda Frayha, MD
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Neda and endocrinologist Kashif Munir tell us when to suspect and how to diagnose Addison’s disease. From presentation to complications, they bring us all the pearls.

 

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Javad K. -

Very interesting! I never think of this diagnosis but just had a patient where this might have fit. Please review Hyperaldosteronism at some point since it is also confusing and possibly more common.

Heidi J., MD -

Excellent suggestion! We'll add hyperaldosteronism to our project list. Thanks, Javad.

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Be Kind and Enjoy Life Full episode audio for MD edition 180:14 min - 85 MB - M4AHippo Primary Care RAP July 2017 Written Summary 352 KB - PDF