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Figure 149.1
Schematic representation of three hypothalamopituitary axes that impact on human skin: key elements of the central hypothalamopituitary–adrenal (HPA) ...
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Figure 149.5
Cutis verticis gyrata.
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Figure 149.9
Addisonian pigmentation of the palmar creases 37 years after bilateral adrenalectomy for Cushing disease from ACTH‐producing pituitary adenoma (Nelson...
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Figure 149.13
Striae due to obesity in a young man.
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Figure 149.17
Neurosarcoidosis with hypopituitarism presenting as a rash. A diagnosis of cutaneous and pulmonary sarcoidosis was readily established in a 35‐year‐ol...
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Figure 149.2
The human hair follicle as a (neuro‐) endocrine microcosm. This schematic drawing of a human anagen VI scalp hair follicle indicates the main intrafol...
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Figure 149.6
Histamine‐evoked ‘geographical’ pattern of flushing due to foregut carcinoid tumour. (Courtesy of Professor M. Greaves, London, UK.)
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Figure 149.10
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Figure 149.14
Pigmentation of (a) the gingivae and (b) the tongue in a woman who presented with darkening skin due to Addison disease.
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Figure 149.3
Acanthosis nigricans, skin tags and striae in a 41‐year‐old obese male with type 2 diabetes.
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Figure 149.7
Gynaecomastia due to long‐term spironolactone therapy given for hypertension.
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Figure 149.11
A patient with Graves disease with pretibial myxoedema and exophthalmos.
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Figure 149.15
Acromegalic macroglossia.
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Figure 149.4
Acromegaly: note the coarse features, severe acne and seborrhoea.
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Figure 149.8
An 18‐year‐old male with pituitary Cushing disease followed by hypopituitarism. (a) Obesity and gynaecomastia. (b) Insulin resistance with acanthosis ...
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Figure 149.12
Necrolytic migratory erythema. (Courtesy of Dr Kristian Thomsen, Finsen Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark.)
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Figure 149.16