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Hormone resistance and hypersensitivity states
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, George P. Chrousos, Jerrold M. Olefsky, Ellis Samols.|
|Contributions||Chrousos, George P., Olefsky, Jerrold M., Samols, Ellis.|
|LC Classifications||RC664 .H667 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 542 p. :|
|Number of Pages||542|
|LC Control Number||2001038927|
resistance or glucocorticoid hypersensitivity and may be associated with signi ﬁ cant morbidity [ 17– 19 ] (Table ). In the present revie w, we summarize the pathophysi-. Growth hormone plays a vital role in adapting to the stress of resistance training. Growth hormone levels can be increased through resistance training through high intensity (10 repetitions coupled with heavy resistance) with three sets of each exercise (high total workload) and short, one minute rest periods.
Hormone resistance and hypersensitivity are generally caused by abnormalities of hormone receptors. They are characterized by discrepancy between clinical manifestations and serum hormone values. In hormone resistance, clinical findings due to increased serum hormone are not recognized. Hormone Function in Resistance Exercise: Training to Failure versus Non-Failure In a unique recent study, Izquierdo et al. () examined hormonal responses in an week resistance training to failure (one group) vs. non-failure (second group) followed by an identical (both groups) 5-week peaking period of maximal strength and power protocol.
Resistance to thyroid hormone (RTH) is a rare disorder characterized by variable tissue hyporesponsiveness to thyroid hormone, usually caused by mutations in the thyroid hormone receptor beta (TR β). It has been reported that the serum of patients with RTH is free of auto-antibodies against thyroglobulin (Tg) and thyroid peroxidase (TPO), except in rare cases where coincidental autoimmune Cited by: 4. Hormone Resistance and Hypersensitivity States, Modern Endocrinology Series Chapter: Somatic Mutations: Hot Thyroid Nodules, Clonal Adenoma, Hormone Resistance and Hypersensitivity States Bernet V, Burman KD Editors: Chrousos GP, Olefsky JM, Samols cott-Raven ; Sports Endocrinology Chapter: Thyroid Function and Exercise Page 97 -
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Get this from a Hormone resistance and hypersensitivity states book. Hormone resistance and hypersensitivity states. [George P Chrousos; Jerrold M Olefsky; Ellis Samols;] -- One of three volumes comprising a textbook and reference that examines endocrine and metabolic diseases, not gland by gland as is conventional, but through the three major pathophysiological.
Physiologic adaptations and pathologic states that result from changes of target tissue sensitivity to hormones are vital concerns in endocrinology. Part of the Modern Endocrinology Series, this text features an overview of the human hormone resistance and hypersensitivity syndromes due to pre-receptor, receptor and postreceptor : George P.
Chrousos. A key chapter on metabolic insights into insulin resistance is also included. Covering clinical and genetic aspects of hormone resistance and hypersensitivity, this book will be a useful tool in the hands of scientists, physicians and other healthcare professionals who wish to be up to date with novel research findings in this : Karger.
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Maghnie, S. Loche, M. Cappa, L. Ghizzoni, R. Lorini. This book is the 24 th volume of the ongoing series ‘Endocrine Development’, edited by P. Mullis. This book comprises 14 articles contributed by different authors and is a compilation of presentations during the workshop on ‘Hormone Resistance and Hypersensitivity: From Genetics to Clinical Management’ held in Genoa, Italy, in May Author: Sandeep K Mathur.
Hormone Resistance and Hypersensitivity by M. Maghnie,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I) is the effector of growth induced by growth hormone (GH).
IGF-I deficiency can be the result of GH resistance or insensitivity due to genetic disorders of the GH receptor causing GH receptor deficiency (growth hormone receptor deficiency [GHRD], Laron syndrome) or postreceptor defects, including the principal transduction agent STAT5b, the IGF.
INTRODUCTION. Impaired sensitivity to thyroid hormone (previously known as reduced sensitivity to thyroid hormone) describes any process that interferes with the effectiveness of thyroid hormone and includes defects in thyroid hormone action, transport, or metabolism .The most common category is resistance to thyroid hormone (RTH), a syndrome characterized by reduced intracellular action of.
A key chapter on metabolic insights into insulin resistance is also included. Covering clinical and genetic aspects of hormone resistance and hypersensitivity, this book will be a useful tool in the hands of scientists, physicians and other healthcare professionals who wish to be up to date with novel research findings in this by: 3.
Thyroid hormone resistance (also resistance to thyroid hormone (RTH), and sometimes Refetoff syndrome) describes a rare syndrome in which the thyroid hormone levels are elevated but the thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) level is not suppressed, or not completely suppressed as would be expected.
The first report of the condition appeared in Specialty: Endocrinology. These mutations are involved in a large number of disorders, including dwarfism, Laron syndrome, pseudohypoparathyroidism, insulin resistance, resistance to thyroid hormone, glucocorticoid resistance, hereditary resistance to vitamin D, and estrogen resistance.
Throughout, the book's distinguished contributors not only summarize the clinical. Hormone Resistance and Hypersensitivity States, edited by G.P.
Chrousos, J.M. Olefsky and E. Samols. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA, Hardcover, pp. Price: US$ ISBN This is an updated and very complete text on states of hormone and metabolic resistance (insensitivity) and hypersensitivity.
The 38 chapters, written by internationally known. resistance [re-zis´tans] 1. opposition, or counteracting force, as opposition of a conductor to passage of electricity or other energy or substance. the natural ability of a normal organism to remain unaffected by noxious agents in its environment; see also immunity.
in psychology or psychiatry, conscious or unconscious defenses against change. This book is one of a triad of books entitled “Modern Endocrinology,” with one of the other two books devoted to hormone resistance and hypersensitivity states and the other to autoimmune.
There is a wide range of effects depending on the gene mutations involved (see Causes section). The very few individuals with IGF-I gene mutation have severe intellectual disability and intrauterine growth failure, with deafness and micrognathia. GHRD results in severe growth failure without deleterious effects on intrauterine growth or brain development, and the mutation of STAT5b.
The most common forms of thyroid hormone resistance are caused by mutations of the thyroid hormone receptor beta gene. More than mutations have been identified that result in impaired affinity for T3.
Mutant thyroid hormone receptors also block the function of normal thyroid hormone receptors. Thus, thyroid hormone. Resistance An effective upper bound on prices achieved because of many willing sellers at that price level.
Resistance Level In technical analysis, a price that a security does not, or only rarely, rise above. Technical analysts identify a resistance level by looking at past performance.
When the security approaches the resistance level, it is seen as. hypersensitivity, heightened response in a body tissue to an antigen or foreign substance. The body normally responds to an antigen by producing specific antibodies antibody, protein produced by the immune system (see immunity) in response to the presence in the body of antigens: foreign proteins or polysaccharides such as bacteria, bacterial toxins, viruses, or other cells or proteins.
The particular field of drug resistance in breast cancer has been subject to intense research which has revealed several key mechanisms central to the process of hormone resistance.
Of particular importance is the role that growth factor receptors and their downstream signalling intermediates play in promoting hormone insensitivity. Leading clinicians review in depth the clinical and molecular aspects of the hormone resistance syndromes caused by receptor mutations.
These mutations are involved in a large number of disorders, including dwarfism, Laron syndrome, pseudohypoparathyroidism, insulin resistance, resistance to thyroid hormone, glucocorticoid resistance, hereditary resistance to vitamin D, and estrogen Brand: Humana Press. hormone resistance syndrome: A condition caused by a reduced or absent end-organ responsiveness to a biologically active hormone, which may be due to a hormone receptor defect or a post-receptor defect.Book review Full text access Hormone action: insights from disruptions: Hormone Resistance and Hypersensitivity States edited by George P.
Chrousos, Jerrold M. Olefsky and Ellis Samols. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, US$ (xiv+ pages) ISBN 0 4.Define hormone resistance. hormone resistance synonyms, hormone resistance pronunciation, hormone resistance translation, English dictionary definition of hormone resistance.
n. 1. The act or an instance of resisting or the capacity to resist. Hormone resistance and hypersensitivity; from genetics to .