Clinical signs of Cushing’s disease, no matter its primary cause, may include one or most of the following: – Polyuria (increased frequency of urination), polydipsia (increased thirst), and polyphagia (increased, ravenous hunger). – Weakening and atrophy of the muscles of the extremities and abdomen, resulting in gradual abdominal enlargement, lordosis (sway back), muscle trembling, and […]

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