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Non-functioning pituitary tumours - mortality, morbidity and tumour progression
Non-functioning pituitary tumours, i.e. non-functioning pituitary adenomas (NFPA) and craniopharyngiomas (CP), are histologically benign brain tumours. They are, however, associated with hypopituitarism, diabetes insipidus ...
Elevated calcium concentration, is it dangerous? Long-term follow-up in primary care
Background and aims: Patients with hypercalcaemia are relatively common in primary care; the most frequent causes are primary hyperparathyroidism (pHPT) and cancer. Many patients with pHPT have such discrete symptoms that ...
Stroke: Risk Factors and Trends
Stroke is a severe disease that affects 30,000 people in Sweden every year. Three quarters of stroke events are first time events. The risk of premature death and disability is high among stroke survivors. Knowledge about ...