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Kushing syndrome

Kushing syndrome (Cushing H. W. 1869 — 1939, American neurosurgeon, synonym: Itsenko — Kushinga a syndrome) — a combination of characteristic changes of outward of the patient as a result of prolonged treatment by drugs adrenocorticotropic or corticosteroid hormones.
Clinical signs: obesity with a preferential adiposity on a stomach and a back surface of a neck, a crescent-shaped face, a hirsutism, existence of atrophic strips on skin, arterial hypertension, osteoporosis, muscular weakness, decrease in portability of glucose. At women the menstrual cycle is broken.

"Kuslika crescent resection of foot   Kummel illness"