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Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH): Definition and Management

by Lynae Brayboy, MD
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    The lecture Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH): Definition and Management by Lynae Brayboy, MD is from the course Normal Puberty and Disorders of Sexual Development. It contains the following chapters:

    • Introduction to CAH
    • Forms of CAH

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    1. Ashkenazi Jews
    2. African American
    3. Asian American
    4. Native Americans
    5. The Latin American
    1. 21 hydroxylase deficiency
    2. 11 beta hydroxylase deficiency
    3. 5 alpha reductase deficiency
    4. Estrogen deficiency
    5. 17 beta-hydroxylase deficiency
    1. Aldosterone and cortisol
    2. Cortisol and testosterone
    3. Aldosterone and estrogen
    4. Estradiol and testosterone
    5. Estradiol and DHEA
    1. Aldosterone - Decreased Cortisol - decreased ACTH - Increased Testosterone - Increased
    2. Aldosterone - Increased Cortisol - decreased ACTH - Increased Testosterone - Increased
    3. Aldosterone - Decreased Cortisol - Increased ACTH - Increased Testosterone - Increased
    4. Aldosterone - Increased Cortisol - Increased ACTH - Decreased Testosterone - Decreased
    5. Aldosterone - Decreased Cortisol - Increased ACTH - Increased Testosterone - Decreased
    1. Ambiguous genitalia
    2. Premature adrenarche
    3. Hypertension
    4. Hypokalemia
    5. Hypervolemia
    1. Pregnenolone and DHEA
    2. Deoxycortisol and testosterone
    3. Deoxycortiosone and estradiol
    4. Aldosterone and cortisol
    5. Deoxycortisol and androstenidione
    1. Aldosterone
    2. Cortisol
    3. Estradiol
    4. Testosterone
    5. Deoxycortisol
    1. Virilization
    2. Hypertension
    3. Hypervolemia
    4. Hypokalemia
    5. Decreased aldosterone/ renin ratio
    1. STAR
    2. Wnt
    3. Annexin
    4. Calcineurin
    5. 5 alpha reductase
    1. Female patients with STAR deficiency progress to have hypogonadotropic hypogonadism.
    2. Patients who are genetically male are phenotypically female with gonads.
    3. Patients who are genetically female are apparently normal a birth.
    4. Female patients with STAR deficiency accumulate cholesterol in the granulosa cells.
    5. Patients with STAR deficiency may require glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoids supplementation.

    Author of lecture Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH): Definition and Management

     Lynae Brayboy, MD

    Lynae Brayboy, MD


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