Discuss Medical Cases (For Endocrinologists)


Discuss medical cases and clinical scenarios within "Endocrinologists" of iCliniq. All within Doctor-2-Doctor closed iCliniq network. Recognize rare medical conditions and sharpen your medical knowledge and keep your brain sharp.

Dr. Pratik Patil
An 81-year-old male had experienced vomiting, dizziness, and appetite loss for two weeks. There had not been recognition of diabetes before the onset of this illness. On admission, he showed impaired consciousness (Glasgow Coma Scale score, 12) with ... View thread »

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Dr. Deepthi Maringanti
Endemic goiter in a child, posted by Dr. Deepthi Maringanti under Endocrinology
A 10 year old girl presented with a diffuse thyroid enlargement. She is a resident of an endemic area for goiter and fluorosis. Her thyroid profile shows TSH and T3 levels to be within normal limits, but her T4 levels are marginally high. Does she ... View thread »

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Dr. Isaac Gana
I had a young patient a week ago, who had a thyroid nodule, which was confirmed to be a benign cyst. The patient has no signs of compression. Is it possible to use chymotrypsin or sclerotherapy to treat thyroid cyst? Thanks ... View thread »

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Dr. Isaac Gana
I have a young 27 years old male patient, with unilateral swelling of thyroid (one-sided). The patient has no symptoms apart from the swelling, which is not really visible on the outside. It is only enlarged on the ultrasound. 1. I would love ... View thread »

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