This incredible book is a pictorial guide to the physical attributes of what each hormone, whether it is in hyper or hypo activity within a patient can do.
Essential for physicians working in hormone therapy and particular for those who treat multiple endocrine deficiencies. It helps to further deepen skills not only in detecting the well-known signs of severe deficiencies but also recognising the variety of signs of milder forms of deficiencies and excesses whose knowledge is crucial for the follow up.
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This incredible book is a pictorial guide to the physical attributes of what each hormone, whether it is in hyper or hypo activity within a patient can do. In other words here is the forgotten approach to medicine, a physical exam of a patient to determine which hormones they are lacking or which they may have too much of. This incredible reference tool details several generations of Dr. Hertoghe’s family’s experience in endocrinology. Hormones covered include GH, IGF1, MSH, oxytocin, vasopressin, melatonin, thyroid, calcitonin, parathormone, cortisol, DHEA, pregnenolone, aldosterone, insulin, estrogen, progesterone and testosterone.