Autoimmune diseases in endocrinology is a comprehensive and novel text that examines key features that predispose individuals to autoimmune diseases the text begins with three introductory chapters which provide sufficient information so that anyone including those without a background in recent immunology will be able to understand the developments in the field. Totowa nj humana press 2008 hardcover 434 pp 15900 this text is written in a way that allows either a superficial or in depth approach toward understanding how dysfunction of the immune system produces many different endocrine diseases after reading this volume the reader will have an . Autoimmune diseases in endocrinology contemporary endocrinology p michael conn series editor autoimmune diseases in endocrinology edited by anthony p weetman 2008 energy metabolism and obesity research and clinical applications edited by patricia a donohoue 2008 polycystic ovary syndrome current controversies from the ovary to the pancreas edited by andrea dunaif jeffrey r chang . Preface it was a real pleasure to be asked to edit autoimmune diseases in endocrinology by the series editor p michael conn as a contributor to the last volume in . Pdf environmental factors in autoimmune endocrinopathies summary the autoimmune endocrinopathies include a wide range of diseases affecting one or more endocrine glands while a strong genetic
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