ADRENOCORTICAL INSUFFICIENCY (HYPOCORTISOLISM): LABORATORY EVALUATION OF SUSPECTED ADRENOCORTICAL INSUFFICIENCY (HYPOCORTISOLISM)

Figure 9–3. ADRENOCORTICAL INSUFFICIENCY (HYPOCORTISOLISM): Laboratory evaluation of suspected adrenocortical insufficiency (hypocortisolism). ACTH = adrenocorticotropic hormone .
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