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Human Tumours Secreting Catecholamines

Clinical and Physiopathological Study of the Pheochromocytomas


Human Tumors Secreting Catecholamines: Clinical and Physiopathological Study of the Pheochromocytomas focuses on the characteristics, manifestations, diagnosis, and treatment of pheochromocytomas.
The manuscript first offers information on cardiovascular manifestations, metabolic and endocrine manifestations, and unusual clinical manifestations and complications. Discussions focus on permanent arterial hypertension, disturbances of glycoregulation, cardiovascular complications, and major circulatory accidents. The book then examines anatomical forms, including intrathoracic, para-aortic, urinary bladder, multiple, and malignant pheochromocytomas.
The publication ponders on inherited forms and pheochromocytomas in children and pregnant women and the diagnosis and treatment of pheochromocytoma. The text also takes a look at pathological anatomy, biological investigations, and physiopathology. Topics include cardiovascular symptoms, dynamics of tumor secretion, histochemical problems, and hormone content of tumors.
The manuscript is a dependable reference for readers interested in the study of pheochromocytomas.