Fulminant Cushing's Syndrome due to an ACTH-Producing Thymic Carcinoid Thymic carcinoid is a rare cause of Cushing’s syndrome. We present a case of fulminant Cushing’s syndrome that led to a severe catabolic state with multi-organ involvement. Aggressive and specific medical treatment with organ support in the intensive care setting resulted in sufficient clinical improvement that enabled definitive surgery. Read More →

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Categories: Neuroendocrine