An endocrine examination is needed to check if there is an intraocular gland disorder involving the pituitary gland, the thyroid gland, the gland, the pancreas, the adrenal glands and the sexual glands (ovaries in women, testicles in men), ie there is doubt it has been shown that one of the aforementioned glands does not work well because of insufficient or excessive hormonal activity. An examination is also needed if there is any doubt or evidence of osteoporosis if you are having difficulty with excessive or insufficient body weight if you are not feeling good or as a control check with the current medications.
How does it look like?
The search includes a talk with an endocrinologist specialist about relatives’ disease, birth and current illnesses, complete medical records, and physical examination, with special emphasis on possible changes that are typical for the specific function of the individual glands (height, weight, body mass index, appearance hair, eyes, thyroid, skin, oestrus, blood pressure). After reviewing and inspecting all findings, the endocrinologist will set the working or final diagnosis and, if necessary, recommend further tests such as hormone imaging, gland examinations such as ultrasound, computerized tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and possibly cytological puncture under UZV control. and then decide on the treatment.
It is advisable to bring up the findings of the preexisting search and the data on the medicines you may take as well as the data on the diseases in the family.