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Hormones and DBA Dr Dominic Cavlan St Bartholomew’s Hospital
Agenda Transfusion and the endocrine system Fertility Bone health Steroid precautions
Hypothalamus Anterior Pituitary
Ovary Breast Adrenal Bone Muscle Thyroid Testis Kidney Pituitary ACTH GH TSH LH FSH LH FSH PRL ADH OXY
LH FSH OvaryTestis
LH FS H Oestrogens ProgesteroneOestrogens
LH FSH Oestrogen & Progesterone The Pill HRT LH/FSH Regular injections
LH FS H Testosterone
LH FSH Testosterone Daily gel or Monthly injection LH/FSH Regular injections
Bone Strength Anaemia Iron Chelators Growth Hormone Steroids Vitamin D
Thyroid T4 Thyroxine Daily tablet
Adren al ACTH Steroids Pituitary
Carry a steroid card & Medic Alert Double steroid dose when unwell Emergency steroid injection if vomiting Steroid Precautions
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