Addison s disease, Chronic Adrenocortical Insufficiency
It is usually caused by the autoimmune process, or more rarely tuberculosis adrenal gland. Clinical signs are anorexia, nausea, hyperpigmentation of the skin and the cheek mucosa, especially in the crease on the palms, Addison's disease rapid pulse, low blood pressure, absence of menstrual cycles, muscular weakness, diarrhea. Lack of glucocorticoids leads to weight loss, fatigue, digestive Addison's disease disorders, decreased blood glucose (hypoglycemia) and depressed mood. Mineralkortikoida loss leads to dehydration, reduced skin turgor, lowering blood pressure and convulsions.
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