Diagnosing and Treating Patients for AGHD

Have you seen patients with the following symptoms, but you weren’t sure about the diagnosis?

  • Fatigue, lack of energy
  • Depressed mood, lack of interest in usual activities
  • Decreased muscle strength and exercise capacity
  • Decreased lean body mass
  • Increased fat mass, weight gain

The symptoms are common, but together they might indicate you should test your patient for adult growth hormone deficiency (AGHD). Adult onset GHD is rare and estimated to affect 1 per 100,000 people annually.

How do you know when to test for AGHD? This slide library will help you determine the answer and provide detailed information on testing and treatment of AGHD.

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