Clinical Significance

The secretion of Cortisol is controlled by the pituitary gland and levels are often measured to evaluate the pituitary function and/or adrenal function. Abnormalities of Cortisol secretion can result in diseases either in the pituitary gland or the adrenals. Overactivity of either organ can lead to over¬†secretion of cortisol, and cause Cushing’s syndrome.

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