Cushing syndrome

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Cushing syndrome 
May Cause
Adrenal calcification
Adrenal enlargement
Advanced bone age
Anterior mediastinal lesion
Arterial calcification
Avascular necrosis
Bilateral adrenal enlargement
Bleeding tendency
Cardiomyopathy
Congenital abdominal calcifications
Delayed bone age
Dense subchondral zone of vertebra
Diffuse demineralization of skull
Diffuse lipomatosis of the neck
Ear cartilage calcification
Epidural lipomatosis
Excess callus formation
External ear calcification
Extradural spinal lipomatosis
Fat-attenuation mediastinal mass
Fatty liver
Fatty mass in abdomen
Fatty tumor of the neck
Fragmented or irregular femoral head
Generalized osteopenia or osteolysis of the jaws
Generalized osteoporosis
Generalized skull thinning
Generalized small epiphyses
Gynecomastia
Hirsutism
Hypercalcemia
Hyperpituitarism
Hypertension
Hypogonadism
Increased presacral space
Increased subcutaneous fat
Large sella turcica
Large ventricles and sulci
Left ventricular enlargement
Lipomatosis
Loss of lamina dura of teeth
Mediastinal fat deposition
Mediastinal lipomatosis
Multiple collapsed vertebrae
Multiple fractures
Myopathy
Neuropathic arthropathy
Pathologic fracture
Platyspondyly
Protrusio acetabuli
Pseudofracture
Retrosternal mass
Slipped capital femoral epiphysis
Small epiphysis
Solitary collapsed vertebra
Spinal osteopenia
Urinary tract calculus
Wide superior mediastinum in an infant or child
May Be Caused by
 Common
Exogenous steroids
Hypercortisolism
Hyperplasia from pituitary or ectopic ACTH
 Uncommon
Adrenal adenoma
Adrenocortical carcinoma
Basophilic pituitary adenoma

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