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Adult growth hormone deficiency

Adult growth hormone deficiency

The pituitary gland in the skull produces growth hormones amongst many others. Pituitary tumours are the the most common cause of AGHD, but often the etiology is not known. The patient may develop impaired memory, depression, anxiety, weakness, high blood sugar and other vague symptoms. The diagnosis is confirmed via hormone level tests, as well as imaging (X-ray, CT scan, etc.) of the head.

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