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Citation: Rubinstein, German and Osswald, Andrea and Hoster, Eva and Losa, Marco and Elenkova, Atanaska and Zacharieva, Sabina and Machado, Márcio Carlos and Hanzu, Felicia Alexandra and Zopp, Stephanie and Ritzel, Katrin and Riester, Anna and Braun, Leah Theresa and Alexandraki, Krystallenia I and Kreitschmann-Andermahr, Ilonka and Storr, Helen L. and Bansal, Prachi and Barahona, María-José and Cosaro, Elisa and Dogansen, Sema Ciftci and Johnston, Philip C. and Santos de Oliveira, Ricardo and Raftopoulos, Christian and Scaroni, Carla and Valassi, Elena and van der Werff, Steven J.A. and Schopohl, Jochen and Beuschlein, Felix and Reincke, Martin: Time to diagnosis in Cushing’s syndrome: Impact of subtypes and gender. June 2019. Open Data LMU. 10.5282/ubm/data.153

Time to diagnosis in Cushing’s syndrome: Impact of subtypes and gender
Time to diagnosis in Cushing’s syndrome: Impact of subtypes and gender

The time from first symptom to diagnosis of Cushing's syndrome is considered relevant for the severity of phenotype at presentation and long-term outcome. We therefore performed a systematic literature search to investigate relevant factors associated with a short time to diagnosis. The meta-analysis of 45 studies with 5560 patients showed significant differences for adrenal Cushing’s syndrome, Cushing’s disease and the ectopic Cushing’s syndrome. We did not find difference for gender, age or time of publication.

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Rubinstein, German
Osswald, Andrea
Hoster, Eva
Losa, Marco
Elenkova, Atanaska
Zacharieva, Sabina
Machado, Márcio Carlos
Hanzu, Felicia Alexandra
Zopp, Stephanie
Ritzel, Katrin
Riester, Anna
Braun, Leah Theresa
Alexandraki, Krystallenia I
Kreitschmann-Andermahr, Ilonka
Storr, Helen L.
Bansal, Prachi
Barahona, María-José
Cosaro, Elisa
Dogansen, Sema Ciftci
Johnston, Philip C.
Santos de Oliveira, Ricardo
Raftopoulos, Christian
Scaroni, Carla
Valassi, Elena
van der Werff, Steven J.A.
Schopohl, Jochen
Beuschlein, Felix
Reincke, Martin
2019

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DOI: 10.5282/ubm/data.153

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Abstract

The time from first symptom to diagnosis of Cushing's syndrome is considered relevant for the severity of phenotype at presentation and long-term outcome. We therefore performed a systematic literature search to investigate relevant factors associated with a short time to diagnosis. The meta-analysis of 45 studies with 5560 patients showed significant differences for adrenal Cushing’s syndrome, Cushing’s disease and the ectopic Cushing’s syndrome. We did not find difference for gender, age or time of publication.

Item Type:Data
Contact Person:Rubinstein, German
E-Mail of Contact:german.rubinstein at med.uni-muenchen.de
Subjects:Faculty of Medicine
Dewey Decimal Classification:600 Technology, Medicine > 610 Medical sciences and medicine
ID Code:153
Deposited By: German Rubinstein
Deposited On:19. Jun 2019 07:54
Last Modified:21. Jun 2019 07:34

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