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How can primary hypothyroidism be distinguished from secondary hypothyroidism?
0 What drugs may worsen myxedema?0 What common surgical problem encountered with myxedema should be treated con-servatively?Two weeks after a myocardial infarction, a patient takes warfarin and has sudden onset ofhypotension, right flank pain, right CVA pain, epigastric pain, fever, nausea, and vomiting. What isthe diagnosis?0 Define Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome?patient will have a petechial rash, purpura, shaking, chills, and a severe headache.What effect does Addison's disease have on cortisol and aldosterone levels?0 What are the signs and symptoms of Addison's disease?Labfindings in Addison's disease indicate hypoglycemia, hyponatremia, hyperkalemia, and azotemia.What abnormal ECG results can occur in patients with Addison's disease?0.9 NS.0 What key lab results are expected with SIADH?Low serum sodium levels and high urine sodium levels (i.e., > 30).0 If a lesion is in the right hemisphere, which way will the eyes deviate?Toward the lesion.0 If a lesion is in the brain stem, which way will the eyes deviate?Away from the lesion in the brain stem.0 Do household pets transmit Yersinia?