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Ask the Experts: Your Endocrinology Questions Answered!

Have you ever been stuck trying to interpret a dexamethasone suppression test? Or left wondering when you should give intravenous levothyroxine for a patient admitted with severe hypothyroidism? What you learned about the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis in medical school can sometimes feel like a distant memory when facing a challenging case. We've invited endocrinologists from across the country to answer your tough questions about the workup, diagnosis, and treatment of endocrine disorders. Bring on your questions – whether pituitary, thyroid, adrenal, or pancreatic – our experts are ready to answer them!

Some questions you might ask include:

  • When should I think about working up a patient for suspected Cushing's syndrome?
  • How do I evaluate a patient with new hyperthyroidism?
  • What are the most common mistakes that internal medicine residents make in managing endocrine disorders?