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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/06/11

Endocriology

If A has normal a normal Cortisol level at 400, B is normal at 800 but what happens when B has a level of 400?

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Dear Anonymous
Normal morning cortisol levels is 138–810 nmol/L. One would look at associated symptoms and signs to determine if a patient needs supplement
Dr Bets

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