Regular biochemical screening, rather than relying on clinical signs and symptoms, is associated with earlier detection of recurrent Cushing’s disease, suggests research from Martin Reincke and colleagues.
The eECE presents a wide variety of engaging events ranging from plenary and award lectures, and symposia, to ‘Meet the Expert’ sessions, new scientific sessions and debates.
Having hyper- or hypocortisolism at the time of pregnancy may increase the risk for preterm birth and other pregnancy complications among women with a history of Cushing’s disease, indicate findings from the Baby-Cush study.
The next major event in the calendar is the Endocrine Society's ENDO2021 meeting, which is being held virtually via a state-of-the-art digital platform.
Research from Daniel Bengtsson and team suggests that people with Cushing’s disease have higher rates of psychotropic drug use than those without, both before the time of diagnosis and later in the disease course.